CIA: The World Factbook: Taiwan

January 2010
CIA World Fact Book;2010, p715
The article provides information on the key data of Taiwan. An overview is presented on the country's population, climate, and ethnic groups as well as its languages, religions, and economic performance. Moreover, it indicates the country's form of government, legal system, main political parties, and key officials.


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