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  • Prime Minister: Xavier Espot Zamora (2019)

    Chiefs of State (Coprinces): Emmanuel Macron (2017); represented by Patrick Strozda (2017); and Co-prince Archbishop Joan-Enric Vives i Sicilia (2003); represented by Josep Maria Mauri(2012)

    Population (2022 est.): 85,560 (growth rate: -0.1%); birth rate: 6.88/1000; infant mortality rate: 3.44/1000; life expectancy: 83.42

    Capital and largest city (2018 est.): Andorra la Vella, 23,000

    Monetary units: Euro

    National name: Principat d'Andorra

    Current government officials

    Languages: Catalán (official), French, Castilian, Portuguese

    Ethnicity/race: Andorran 48.3%, Spanish 24.8%, Portuguese 11.2%, French 4.5%, Argentine 1.4%, other 9.8% (2021 est.)

    Religion: Christian (predominantly Roman Catholic) 89.5, other 8.8%, unaffiliated 1.7% (2020 est.)

    National Holiday: Our Lady of Meritxell Day, September 8

    Literacy rate: 100% (2016)

    Economic summary: GDP/PPP (2015): $3.327 billion; per capita $49,900. Real growth rate: -1.1%. Inflation: -0.9%. Unemployment: 3.7% (2016 est.). Arable land: 1.7%. Agriculture: small quantities of rye, wheat, barley, oats, vegetables; sheep. Labor force: 39,750 (2016); agriculture 0.5% industry 4.4%, services 95.1%. Industries: tourism (particularly skiing), cattle raising, timber, banking. Natural resources: hydropower, mineral water, timber, iron ore, lead. Exports: $78.71 million (2015): tobacco products, furniture. Major trading partners (exports): Spain 40%, France 19%, United States 11%, Mauritania 5% (2019). Imports: $1.257 billion (2015): consumer goods, food, electricity. Major trading partners (imports): Spain 71%, France 17% (2019).

    Communications: Telephones: main lines in use: 40,000 (2020); mobile cellular: 94,000 (2020). Broadcast media: 1 public TV station and 2 public radio stations; about 10 commercial radio stations; good reception of radio and TV broadcasts from stations in France and Spain; upgraded to terrestrial digital TV broadcasting in 2007; roughly 25 international TV channels available (2019). Internet hosts: 28,383 (2012). Internet users: 71,084 (2020).

    Transportation: Railways: 0 km. Highways: total: 320 km (2019); Ports and harbors: none. Airports: none.

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