Serbia And Montenegro

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Facts

Population:  10,677,290 note:  all data dealing with population is subject to considerable error because of the dislocations caused by military action and ethnic cleansing (July 2001 est.)
Age structure:  0-14 years:  19.8% (male 1,095,905; female 1,024,123) 15-64 years:  65.3% (male 3,415,728; female 3,553,343) 65 years and over:  14.9% (male 681,559; female 906,632) (2001 est.)
Population growth rate:  -0.27% (2001 est.)
Birth rate:  12.61 births/1,000 population (2001 est.)
Death rate:  10.54 deaths/1,000 population (2001 est.)
Net migration rate:  -4.71 migrant(s)/1,000 population (2001 est.)
Sex ratio:  at birth:  1.08 male(s)/female under 15 years:  1.08 male(s)/female 15-64 years:  0.96 male(s)/female 65 years and over:  0.75 male(s)/female total population:  0.95 male(s)/female (2001 est.)
Infant mortality rate:  17.42 deaths/1,000 live births (2001 est.)
Life expectancy at birth:  total population:  73.5 years male:  70.57 years female:  76.67 years (2001 est.)
Total fertility rate:  1.75 children born/woman (2001 est.)
HIV/AIDS - adult prevalence rate:  NA%
HIV/AIDS - people living with HIV/AIDS:  NA
HIV/AIDS - deaths:  NA
Nationality:  noun:  Serb(s); Montenegrin(s) adjective:  Serbian; Montenegrin
Ethnic groups:  Serb 62.6%, Albanian 16.5%, Montenegrin 5%, Hungarian 3.3%, other 12.6% (1991)
Religions:  Orthodox 65%, Muslim 19%, Roman Catholic 4%, Protestant 1%, other 11%
Languages:  Serbian 95%, Albanian 5%
Literacy:  definition:  age 15 and over can read and write total population:  93% male:  97.2% female:  88.9% (1991)
GDP:  purchasing power parity - $24.2 billion (2000 est.)
GDP - real growth rate:  15% (2000 est.)
GDP - per capita:  purchasing power parity - $2,300 (2000 est.)
GDP - composition by sector:  agriculture:  20% industry:  50% services:  30% (1998 est.)
Population below poverty line:  NA%
Household income or consumption by percentage share:  lowest 10%:  NA% highest 10%:  NA%
Inflation rate (consumer prices):  42% (1999 est.)
Labor force:  1.6 million (1999 est.)
Labor force - by occupation:  agriculture NA%, industry NA%, services NA%
Unemployment rate:  30% (2000 est.)
Budget:  revenues:  $NA expenditures:  $NA, including capital expenditures of $NA
Industries:  machine building (aircraft, trucks, and automobiles; tanks and weapons; electrical equipment; agricultural machinery); metallurgy (steel, aluminum, copper, lead, zinc, chromium, antimony, bismuth, cadmium); mining (coal, bauxite, nonferrous ore, iron ore, limestone); consumer goods (textiles, footwear, foodstuffs, appliances); electronics, petroleum products, chemicals, and pharmaceuticals
Industrial production growth rate:  -22% (1999 est.)
Electricity - production:  34.455 billion kWh (1999)
Electricity - production by source:  fossil fuel:  70% hydro:  30% nuclear:  0% other:  0% (1999)
Electricity - consumption:  33.006 billion kWh (1999)
Electricity - exports:  960 million kWh (1999)
Electricity - imports:  1.923 billion kWh (1999)
Agriculture - products:  cereals, fruits, vegetables, tobacco, olives; cattle, sheep, goats
Exports:  $1.5 billion (1999)
Exports - commodities:  manufactured goods, food and live animals, raw materials
Exports - partners:  Bosnia and Herzegovina, Italy, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Germany (1998)
Imports:  $3.3 billion (1999)
Imports - commodities:  machinery and transport equipment, fuels and lubricants, manufactured goods, chemicals, food and live animals, raw materials
Imports - partners:  Germany, Italy, Russia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (1998)
Debt - external:  $14.1 billion (1999 est.)
Economic aid - recipient:  $NA
Currency:  new Yugoslav dinar (YUM); note - in Montenegro the German deutsche mark is legal tender (1999)
Currency code:  YUM
Exchange rates:  new Yugoslav dinars per US dollar - official rate: 10.0 (December 1998), 5.85 (December 1997), 5.02 (September 1996), 1.5 (early 1995); black market rate: 14.5 (December 1998), 8.9 (December 1997), 2 to 3 (early 1995)
Fiscal year:  calendar year

Statistics: CIA World Factbook.

Press

Dan

(Independent Daily Newspaper), Podgorica
http://www.dan.co.me/

Gazeta Express

(Daily Newspaper), Pristina
http://www.gazetaexpress.com/

Koha Ditore

(Independent), Pristina
http://www.koha.net

Kosova Press

(News agency), Pristina
http://www.kosovapress.com/

Vreme

(Independent magazine), Belgrade
http://www.vreme.com

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