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Jake Ekhaml

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Kuwait Kuwait Capital- Kuwait City
Government- Constitutional Emirate
Leader- Amir SABAH al-Ahmad al-Jabir al-Sabah Area- 17,818 km
Arable land- .84%
Highest Point - 306 m
Lowest point - 0 m (Persian Gulf) Populations- 2,692,526
Population Density- 151.1
Life Expectancy at Birth- 71.7 Ethnic Groups Two largest Ethnic groups- Kuwaiti 45% Other Arab 35% & Two Largest Religions- Muslim 85% % & Other Christian 15% Political Map Physical Map Infant mortality rate- total: 8.97 deaths/1,000 live births
Litercy rate- total population: 93.3%
Unemployment percent- 2.2%
Percent below poverty line- NA
Top 3 Imports- food, construction materials,
vehicle parts

Top 3 Exports- oil, refined products, fertlizers 1 US Dollar = 0.28894 Kuwaiti Dinar
1 Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD) = 3.46093 US Dollar (USD) Bibilography-
Number of Mobile Telephones- 2.907 million (2008) Green Line announces new Kuwait Earth Day On the occasion of the Earth Day, which is usually celebrated on April 22, Khaled Al-Hajeri, Head of Green Line environmental group announced that it will be celebrated to coincide with HH the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah's ascension to power on Jan 29. He said that it would be an honor for the environmental group and can be considered one of the most important Kuwaiti achievements. Kuwait sees oil price in $75-$90 range An opec-member sees oil trading in the forseeable future in a range of $75-90. Sheikh Ahmad (a member of kuwaits parliment) said last week that Opec would consider whether to boost supply if oil passed $100. The price hit a high of over $87 a barrel earlier this month.
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