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Countries of the World: Yemen
Resources about Yemen including maps, facts about the land, people, history, government, political conditions, and economy.

Economy of Yemen GDP (2007 est.) $22.5 billion. Per capital GDP (2006 est.): $870. Natural resources: Oil, natural gas, fish and seafood, rock salt, minor deposits of coal and copper. Agriculture (est. 12.5% of GDP): Products--qat (a shrub containing a natural amphetamine), coffee, cotton, fruits, vegetables, cereals, livestock and poultry. Arable land (est.)--3%. Industry (est. 42.8% of GDP): Types--petroleum refining, mining, wholesale and retail trade, transportation, manufacturing, and construction. Services (est. 43.7% of GDP). Trade: Exports (2007)--$7.0 billion: crude petroleum, liquefied natural gas, refined oil products, seafood, fruits, vegetables, hides, tobacco products. Major markets-- China, Thailand, India, South Korea, United States, Switzerland. Imports (2006)--$5 billion: petroleum products, cereals, feed grains, foodstuffs, machinery, transportation equipment, iron, sugar, honey. Major suppliers--United Arab Emirates, China, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, Kuwait. Exchange rate (2009): Market rate 210 rials per U.S. $1. The Yemeni rial (YR) floats freely based on an average of foreign currencies. Since the floating of the YR, the market usually reflects the official rate of exchange.
http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/35836.htm

Geography of Yemen Area: 527,970 sq. km. (203,796 sq. mi.); about the size of California and Pennsylvania combined. Cities: Capital--Sanaa. Other cities--Aden, Taiz, Hodeida, and al-Mukalla. Terrain: Mountainous interior bordered by desert with a flat and sandy coastal plain. Climate: Temperate in the mountainous regions in the western part of the country, extremely hot with minimal rainfall in the remainder of the country. Humid on the coast.
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Government of Yemen Type: Republic; unification (of former south and north Yemen): May 22, 1990. Constitution: Adopted May 21, 1990 and ratified May 1991. Branches: Executive--president, and prime minister with cabinet. Legislative--bicameral legislature with 111-seat Shura Council and 301-seat House of Representatives. Judicial- -the constitution calls for an independent judiciary. The former northern and southern legal codes have been unified. The legal system includes separate commercial courts and a Supreme Court based in Sanaa. Administrative subdivisions: 22 governorates subdivided into districts. Main political parties: General People's Congress (GPC), Islah Party, Yemeni Socialist Party (YSP). Suffrage: Universal over 18. National holiday: May 22 (Unity Day).
http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/35836.htm

Map of Yemen This Map of Yemen shows the borders of the country, as well as rivers, and cities including Sanaa the capital of Yemen. (Maps from the U.S. State Department)
http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/35836.htm

Official Name of Yemen The Official Name of Yemen is the Republic of Yemen. (Facts from the U.S. State Department)
http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/35836.htm

People of Yemen Nationality: Noun and adjective--Yemeni(s). Population (July 2007 est.): 22,230,531. Annual population growth rate: 3%. Ethnic group: Predominantly Arab. Religions: Islam including Shaf’i (Sunni), Zaydi (Shia), and a small but growing number of Salafi (Sunni). Additionally, there are a small number of Jews, Christians, and Hindus. Language: Arabic. Education: Attendance (2004 est.)--80% for boys at the primary level and 50% for girls. Attendance was 55% for boys at the secondary level and 22% for girls. Literacy (2004 est.)--50% overall, including 70% of males, 30% of females. Health: Infant mortality rate--75/1,000 live births. Life expectancy--62 years. Work force (by sector): Agriculture--53%; public services-- 17%; manufacturing--4%; construction--7%; percentage of total population--25%.
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