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Migration and remittances: top 10 countries.

Top Immigration Countries, 2005
number of immigrants, millions

 United States (a) 38.4
 Russian Federation (a) 12.1
 Germany (a) 10.1
 Ukraine (a) 6.8
 France (a) 6.5
 Saudi Arabia (a) 6.4
 Canada (a) 6.1
 India (a) 5.7
 United Kingdom (a) 5.4
 Spain (a) 4.8
 Australia 4.1
 Pakistan 3.3
 United Arab Emirates 3.2
 Israel 2.7
 Italy 2.5
 Kazakhstan 2.5
 Cote d'Ivoire 2.4
 Jordan 2.2
 Japan 2.0
 Iran, Islamic Rep. of 2.0
 Singapore 1.8
 West Bank and Gaza 1.7
 Ghana 1.7
 Kuwait 1.7
 Switzerland 1.7
 Malaysia 1.6
 Netherlands 1.6
 Argentina 1.5
 Turkey 1.3
 Uzbekistan 1.3

Source: UN Population Division.

(a.) Top 10 countries.

Note: Table made from bar graph.

Top Immigration Countries, 2005
percent of population

 Qatar (a) 78
 Andorra (a) 78
 United Arab Emirates (a) 71
 Monaca (a) 70
 Kuwait (a) 62
 Isle of Man (a) 48
 Channel Islands (a) 46
 West Bank and Gaza (a) 45
 Singapore (a) 43
 Bahrain (a) 41
 Israel 40
 Jordan 39
 Luxemborg 37
 Cayman Islands 36
 Liechtenstein 34
 San Marino 34
 Brunei Darussalam 33
 Samoa 31
 Bermuda 29
 Netherlands Antilles 26
 Saudi Arabia 26
 Aruba 25
 Oman 24
 Switzerland 23
 Antigua and Barbuda 22
 Greenland 21
 Australia 20
 Latvia 19
 Canada 19
 Lebanon 18

Source: UN Population Division.

(a.) Top 10 countries.

Note: Table made from bar graph.

Top Emigration Countries, 2005
number of emigrants, millions

 Mexico (a) 11.5
 Russian Federation (a) 11.5
 India (a) 10.0
 China (a) 7.3
 Ukraine (a) 6.1
 Bangladesh (a) 4.9
 Turkey (a) 4.4
 United Kingdom (a) 4.2
 Germany (a) 4.1
 Kazakhstan (a) 3.7
 Philippines 3.6
 Italy 3.5
 Pakistan 3.4
 Morocco 2.7
 Egypt, Arab Rep. Of 2.4
 Poland 2.3
 Serbia and Montenegro 2.3
 United States 2.3
 Vietnam 2.2
 Uzbekistan 2.2
 Afghanistan 2.0
 Colombia 2.0
 Portugal 2.0
 France 1.9
 Belarus 1.8
 Algeria 1.8
 Indonesia 1.7
 Korea, Rep. of 1.6
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 1.5
 Malaysia 1.5

Sources: Development Prospects Group, World Bank.

(a.) Top 10 countries.

Note: Table made from bar graph.

Top Emigration Countries, 2005
percent of population

 Jaimaca (a) 39
 Bosnia and Herzegovina (a) 38
 Trinidad and Tobago (a) 28
 Albania (a) 27
 Armenia (a) 27
 West Bank and Gaza (a) 26
 Kazakhstan (a) 25
 Georgia (a) 23
 Ireland (a) 22
 Serbia and Montenegro (a) 22
 Eritrea 19
 Portugal 19
 Belarus 18
 Macedonia, FYR 18
 Lebanon 17
 Moldova 17
 El Salvador 16
 Azerbaijan 16
 Croatia 16
 Lesotho 14
 Estonia 14
 Ukraine 13
 Nicaragua 12
 New Zealand 12
 Tajikistan 12
 Bulgaria 12
 Dominican Republic 12
 Israel 12
 Kyrgyz Republic 12
 Cuba 11

Sources: Development Prospects Group, World Bank.

Note: Countries with less than 1 million population excluded.

(a.) Top 10 countries.

Note: Table made from bar graph.

Top Migration Corridors, 2005
number of migrants, millions

 Mexico-United States (a) 10.3
 Russian Federation-Ukraine (a) 4.8
 Ukraine-Russian Federation (a) 3.6
 Bangladesh-India (a) 3.5
 Turkey-Germany (a) 2.7
 Kazakhstan-Russian Federation (a) 2.6
 India-United Arab Emirates (a) 2.2
 Russian Federation-Kazakhstan (a) 1.8
 Philippines-United States (a) 1.6
 Afghanistan-Islamic Rep. of Iran (a) 1.6
 Germany-United States 1.4
 Algeria-France 1.4
 India-Saudi Arabia 1.3
 Arab Rep. of Egypt-Saudi Arabia 1.2
 Pakistan-India 1.2
 India-United States 1.1
 China-United States 1.1
 Vietnam-United States 1.1
 Canada-United States 1.0
 United States-Australia 1.0
 India-Bangladesh 1.0
 Malaysia-Singapore 1.0
 Burkina Faso-Cote d'Ivoire 1.0
 Cuba-United States 1.0
 Belarus-Russian Federation 0.9
 Uzbekistan-Russian Federation 0.9
 El Salvador-United States 0.9
 United Kingdom-United States 0.9
 Serbia and Montenegro-Germany 0.9
 Italy-Germany 0.9

Sources: Development Prospects Group, World Bank.

(a.) Top 10 countries.

Note: Table made from bar graph.

Top Migration Corridors (excluding Former Soviet Union), 2005
number of migrants, millions

 Mexico-United States (a) 10.3
 Bangladesh-India (a) 3.5
 Turkey-Germany (a) 2.7
 India-United Arab Emirates (a) 2.2
 Philippines-United States (a) 1.6
 Afghanistan-Islamic Rep. of Iran (a) 1.6
 Germany-United States (a) 1.4
 Algeria-France (a) 1.4
 India-Saudi Arabia (a) 1.3
 Arab Rep. of Egypt-Saudi Arabia (a) 1.2
 Pakistan-India 1.2
 India-United States 1.1
 China-United States 1.1
 Vietnam-United States 1.1
 Canada-United States 1.0
 United Kingdom-Australia 1.0
 India-Bangladesh 1.0
 Malaysia-Singapore 1.0
 Burkina Faso-Cote d'Ivoire 1.0
 Cuba-United States 1.0
 El Salvador-United States 0.9
 United Kingdom-United States 0.9
 Serbia and Montenegro-Germany 0.9
 Italy-Germany 0.9
 Pakistan-Saudi Arabia 0.8
 Morocco-France 0.8
 Dominican Republic-United States 0.8
 Rep. of Korea-United States 0.7
 India-Nepal 0.7
 Indonesia-Malaysia 0.7

Sources: Development Prospects Group, World Bank.

(a.) Top 10 countries.

Note: Table made from bar graph.

Top Destination Countries for Refugees, 2005
number of refugees, millions

 Jordan (a) 1.8
 West Bank and Gaza (a) 1.7
 Iran, Islamic Rep. of (a) 1.1
 Pakistan (a) 0.9
 Germany (a) 0.8
 Tanzania (a) 0.6
 Syrian Arab Rep. (a) 0.4
 United States (a) 0.4
 Lebanon (a) 0.4
 Chad (a) 0.3
 China 0.3
 United Kingdom 0.3
 Serbia and Montenegro 0.3
 Uganda 0.3
 Kenya 0.2
 Saudi Arabia 0.2
 Armenia 0.2
 Congo, Dem. Rep. of 0.2
 Algeria 0.2
 India 0.2
 Zambia 0.2
 Canada 0.1
 France 0.1
 Sudan 0.1
 Nepal 0.1
 Thailand 0.1
 Guinea 0.1
 Netherlands 0.1
 Ethiopia 0.1
 Egypt, Arab Rep. of 0.1

Source: UN Population Division.

(a.) Top 10 countries.

Note: Table made from bar graph.

Top Destination Countries for Refugees, 2005
percent of immigrants

 West Bank and Gaza (a) 100
 Armenia (a) 99
 Iraq (a) 95
 Jordan (a) 81
 Chad (a) 79
 Tanzania (a) 73
 Djibouti (a) 73
 Kenya (a) 70
 Algeria (a) 70
 Lebanon (a) 61
 Sierra Leone 57
 Zambia 55
 Iran, Islamic Rep. of 55
 Egypt, Arab Rep. Of 55
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 55
 Burundi 53
 Serbia and Montenegro 53
 Uganda 50
 China 50
 Rwanda 49
 Syrian Arab Rep. 44
 Cameroon 43
 Guinea-Bissau 39
 Congo, Dem. Rep. of 34
 Eritrea 30
 Papua New Guinea 30
 Guinea 30
 Pakistan 27
 Yemen, Republic of 26
 Mali 26

Source: UN Population Division.

(a.) Top 10 countries.

Note: Table made from bar graph.

Top Emigration Countries of Tertiary Educated, 2000
percent of total tertiary educated in the country

 Suriname (a) 90
 Guyana (a) 86
 Jamaica (a) 83
 Haiti (a) 82
 Trinidad and Tobago (a) 78
 Tonga (a) 74
 St. Kitts and Nevis (a) 72
 Antigua and Barbuda (a) 71
 Cape Verde (a) 69
 Grenada (a) 67
 Samoa 67
 Gambia, The 65
 Barbados 61
 Dominica 59
 Fiji 59
 Seychelles 59
 Somalia 59
 St. Vincent 57
 Malta 55
 Belize 51
 Mauritius 48
 Eritrea 46
 Ghana 43
 Mozambique 42
 Sierra Leone 41
 Marshall Islands 41
 Vietnam 39
 Liberia 37
 Bahamas, The 36
 Micronesia, Federated States of 36

Source: Docquier and Marfouk 2004.

(a.) Top 10 countries.

Note: Table made from bar graph.

Top Emigration Countries of Physicians, 2000
number of emigrated physicians, thousands

 India (a) 20.3
 United Kingdom (a) 12.2
 Philippines (a) 9.8
 Germany (a) 8.8
 Italy (a) 5.8
 Mexico (a) 5.6
 Spain (a) 5.0
 South Africa (a) 4.4
 Pakistan (a) 4.4
Iran, Islamic Rep. of (a) 4.4
 France 4.2
 Poland 4.0
 Dominican Republic 3.6
 Canada 3.4
 Netherlands 3.3
 Egypt, Arab Rep. of 3.0
 Greece 2.8
 Ireland 2.7
 Vietnam 2.4
 China 2.4
 Romania 2.3
 Syrian Arab Rep. 2.3
 Malaysia 2.2
 Belgium 2.0
 Turkey 2.0
 Grenada 1.9
 Russian Federation 1.9
 United States 1.9
 Serbia and Montenegro 1.8
 Hungary 1.8

Source: Docquier and Bhargava 2006.

(a.) Top 10 countries.

Note: Table made from bar graph.

Top Emigration Countries of Physicians, 2000
percent of total physicians trained in the country

 Grenada (a) 97
 Dominica (a) 97
 St. Lucia (a) 66
 Cape Verde (a) 54
 Fiji (a) 48
 Sao Tome and Principe (a) 43
 Liberia (a) 34
 Papua New Guinea (a) 32
 Iceland (a) 26
 Ethiopia (a) 26
 Somalia 25
 Ireland 25
 Ghana 22
 Haiti 22
 St. Kitts and Nevis 21
 Luxembourg 21
 Uganda 19
 Dominican Republic 19
 Sri Lanka 17
 Jamaica 17
 Timor-Leste 16
 Zimbabwe 16
 Gambia, The 14
 Angola 14
 Malawi 13
 New Zealand 13
 South Africa 13
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 13
 Malaysia 12
 Togo 12

Source: Docquier and Bhargava 2006.

(a.) Top 10 countries.

Note: Table made from bar graph.

Top Remittance-Receiving Countries, 2007
US$ billions

 India (a) 27.0
 China (a) 25.7
 Mexico (a) 25.0
 Philippines (a) 17.0
 France (a) 12.5
 Spain (a) 8.9
 Belgium (a) 7.2
 Germany (a) 7.0
 United Kingdom (a) 7.0
 Romania (a) 6.8
 Bangladesh 6.4
 Pakistan 6.1
 Indonesia 6.0
 Egypt, Arab Rep. of 5.9
 Morocco 5.7
 Lebanon 5.5
 Poland 5.0
 Vietnam 5.0
 Serbia and Montenegro 4.9
 Colombia 4.6
 Brazil 4.5
 Guatemala 4.1
 Russian Federation 4.0
 Portugal 3.8
 El Salvador 3.6
 Austria 3.5
 Nigeria 3.3
 Dominican Republic 3.2
 Ecuador 3.2
 Australia 3.1

Sources: Development Prospects Group, World Bank.

(a.) Top 10 countries.

Note: Table made from bar graph.

Top Remittance-Receiving Countries, 2006
percent of GDP

 Tajikistan (a) 36
 Moldova (a) 36
 Tonga (a) 32
 Kyrgyz Republic (a) 27
 Honduras (a) 26
 Lesotho (a) 24
 Guyana (a) 24
 Lebanon (a) 23
 Haiti (a) 22
 Jordan (a) 20
 Jamaic (a) 18
 Armeni (a) 18
 El Salvador 18
 Nepal 18
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 17
 Albania 15
 West Bank and Gaza 15
 Serbia and Montenegro 14
 Philippines 13
 Gambia, The 13
 Nicaragua 12
 Cape Verde 12
 Guatemala 10
 Dominican Republic 10
 Kiribati 10
 Morocco 10
 Guinea-Bissau 9
 Bangladesh 9
 Uganada 9
 Sri Lanka 9

Sources: Development Prospects Group, World Bank.

(a.) Top 10 countries.

Note: Table made from bar graph.

Top Remittance-Sending Countries, 2006
US$ billions

 United States (a) 42.2
 Saudi Arabia (a) 15.6
 Switzerland (a) 13.8
 Germany (a) 12.3
 Russian Federation (a) 11.4
 Spain (a) 11.0
 Italy (a) 8.2
 Luxembourg (a) 7.5
 Netherlands (a) 6.7
 Malaysia (a) 5.6
 United Kingdom 4.5
 France 4.3
 Korea, Rep. of 4.2
 Lebanon 4.1
 Japan 3.5
 Kazakhstan 3.0
 China 3.0
 Kuwait 3.0
 Czech Republic 2.8
 Australia 2.8
 Oman 2.8
 Norway 2.6
 Belgium 2.4
 Israel 2.4
 Ireland 1.9
 Denmark 1.8
 India 1.6
 Austria 1.5
 Bahrain 1.5
 Portugal 1.4

Sources: Development Prospects Group, World Bank.

a. Top 10 countries.

Note: Table made from bar graph.

Top Remittance-Sending Countries, 2006
percent of GDP

 Luxembourg (a) 18
 Lebanon (a) 18
 Tajikistan (a) 14
 Bahrain (a) 12
 Maldives (a) 9
 Tonga (a) 5
Kyrgyz Republic (a) 5
 Guyana (a) 5
 Saudi Arabia (a) 5
 Vanuatu (a) 5
 Kazakhstan 4
 Kuwait 4
 Malaysia 4
 Jamaica 4
 Switzerland 4
 Uganda 3
 Mongolia 3
 Jordan 3
 Moldova 3
 Sierra Leone 2
 Armenia 2
 Seychelles 2
 Papua New Guinea 2
 Cambodia 2
 Czech Republic 2
 Israel 2
 Rwanda 2
 Libya 2
 Belize 2
 Guinea-Bissau 2

Sources: Development Prospects Group, World Bank.

(a.) Top 10 countries.

Note: Table made from bar graph.


World
Population (millions, 2006) 6,518
Population growth (avg. annual %, 1997-2006) 1.3
Population density (people per sq. km, 2006) 50
Labor force (millions, 2006) 3,071
Urban population (% of pop., 2006) 49.2
Age dependency ratio (2006) 0.56
Surface area (1000 sq. km, 2006) 133,841
GNI ($ billions, 2006) 48,188
GNI per capita, Atlas method ($, 2006) 7,439
GDP growth (avg. annual %, 2002-06) 3.2
Poverty headcount ratio at national poverty line
 (% of pop., 2004)


Migration

MIGRATION, 2005

* Stock of immigrants: 190.6 million or 3.0 percent of population (UN). Current migration flows, relative to population, are weaker than during the last decades of the nineteenth century.

* Females as percentage of immigrants: 49.6 percent

* Refugees: 13.5 million or 7.1 percent of the total immigrants

* South-South migration is nearly as large as South-North migration. Over 47 percent of the migrants from developing countries are believed to be residing in other developing countries.

* Top 10 destination countries: the United States, Russia, Germany, Ukraine, France, Saudi Arabia, Canada, India, the United Kingdom, Spain. But as a share of population, top immigration countries include Qatar (78.3 percent), the United Arab Emirates (71.4 percent), Kuwait (62.1 percent), Singapore (42.6 percent), Bahrain (40.7 percent), Israel (39.6 percent), Jordan (39.0 percent), Brunei Darussalam (33.2 percent), Saudi Arabia (25.9 percent), Oman (24.4 percent)

* Top 10 emigration countries: Mexico, Russia, India, China, Ukraine, Bangladesh, Turkey, the United Kingdom, Germany, Kazakhstan

* Top 10 migration corridors: Mexico-the United States, Russia-Ukraine, Ukraine-Russia, Bangladesh-India, Turkey-Germany, Kazakhstan-Russia, India-the United Arab Emirates, Russia-Kazakhstan, the Philippines-the United States, Afghanistan-the Islamic Republic of Iran

SKILLED EMIGRATION, 2000

* Emigration rate of tertiary educated (top 10 countries): Suriname (89.9 percent), Guyana (85.9 percent), Jamaica (82.5 percent), Haiti (81.6 percent), Trinidad and Tobago (78.4 percent), Tonga (74.2 percent), St. Kitts and Nevis (71.8 percent), Antigua and Barbuda (70.9 percent), Cape Verde (69.1 percent), Grenada (66.7 percent)

* Emigration of physicians: 182,397 or 2.1 percent of physicians trained in the world
Remittances

US$ billions 1995 2000 2001 2002 2003

Inward
remittance flows 101.6 131.5 146.8 169.5 205.6
 All developing
 countries 57.5 84.5 95.6 115.9 143.6

Outward
remittance flows 98.6 110.1 118.8 131.3 146.8
 All developing
 countries 12.4 11.5 13.6 20.4 23.8

US$ billions 2004 2005 2006 2007

Inward
remittance flows 231.3 262.7 297.1 (a) 317.7
 All developing
 countries 161.3 191.2 221.3 239.7

Outward
remittance flows 166.2 183.4 207.0 (b)
 All developing
 countries 30.9 36.0 44.2

(a.) 0.7% of GDP in 2006.

(b.) 0.5% of GDP in 2006.

* Top 10 remittance recipients in 2007: India ($27.0 bn), China ($25.7
bn), Mexico ($25.0 bn), the Philippines ($17.0 bn), France ($12.5 bn),
Spain ($8.9 bn), Belgium ($7.2 bn), United Kingdom ($7.0 bn), Germany
($7.0 bn), Romania ($6.8 bn).

* Top 10 remittance recipients in 2006 (percentage of GDP): Tajikistan
(36.2%), Moldova (36.2%), Tonga (32.3%), the Kyrgyz Republic (27.4%),
Honduras (25.6%), Lesotho (24.5%), Guyana (24.3%), Lebanon (22.8%),
Haiti (21.6%), Jordan (20.3%).

* Top 10 remittance senders in 2006: the United States ($42.2 bn),
Saudi Arabia ($15.6 bn), Switzerland ($13.8 bn), Germany ($12.3 bn),
Russia ($11.4 bn), Spain ($11 bn), Italy ($8.2 bn), Luxembourg ($7.5
bn), the Netherlands ($6.7 bn), Malaysia ($5.6 bn).

* Top 10 remittance senders in 2006 (percentage of GDP): Luxembourg
(18.2%), Lebanon (18.2%), Tajikistan (14.0%), Bahrain (11.9%),
Maldives (9.1%), Tonga (5.4%), the Kyrgyz Republic (5.4%), Guyana
(5.4%), Saudi Arabia (5.0%), Vanuatu (4.6%).


Developing Countries
Population (millions, 2006) 5,489
Population growth (avg. annual %, 1997-2006) 1.4
Population density (people per sq. km, 2006) 57
Labor force (millions, 2006) 2,569
Urban population (% of pop., 2006) 43.9
Age dependency ratio (2006) 0.57
Surface area (1,000 sq. km, 2006) 99,224
GNI ($ billions, 2006) 11,568
GNI per capita, Atlas method ($, 2006) 2,000
GDP growth (avg. annual %, 2002-06) 6.1
Poverty headcount ratio at national poverty line
 (% of pop., 2004)


Migration

EMIGRATION, 2005

* Stock of emigrants: 145.0 million or 2.7 percent of population

* Top 10 emigration countries: Mexico, Russia, India, China, Ukraine, Bangladesh, Turkey, Kazakhstan, the Philippines, Pakistan

* Identified destinations: high-income OECD countries (41.5 percent), high-income non-OECD countries (11.5 percent), low-income countries (12.1 percent), middle-income countries (26.3 percent), unidentified (8.5 percent).

* Top 10 migration corridors: Mexico-the United States, Russia-Ukraine, Ukraine-Russia, Bangladesh-India, Turkey-Germany, Kazakhstan-Russia, India-the United Arab Emirates, Russia-Kazakhstan, the Philippines-the United States, Afghanistan-the Islamic Republic of Iran

* Top 10 migration corridors excluding the Former Soviet Union: Mexico-the United States, Bangladesh-India, Turkey-Germany, India-the United Arab Emirates, the Philippines-the United States, Afghanistan-the Islamic Republic of Iran, Algeria-France, India-Saudi Arabia, Egypt-Saudi Arabia, Pakistan-India

SKILLED EMIGRATION, 2000

* Emigration rate of tertiary educated (top 10 countries): Suriname (89.9 percent), Guyana (85.9 percent), Jamaica (82.5 percent), Haiti (81.6 percent), Tonga (74.2 percent), St. Kitts and Nevis (71.8 percent), Cape Verde (69.1 percent), Grenada (66.7 percent), Samoa (66.6 percent), The Gambia (64.7)

* Emigration of physicians: 111,433 or 2.0 percent of physicians trained in the region

IMMIGRATION, 2005

* Stock of immigrants: 77.2 million or 1.4 percent of population (compared to 190.6 million or 3.0 percent for the world)

* Females as percentage of immigrants: 50.8 percent (compared to 49.6 percent for the world)

* Refugees as percentage of immigrants: 14.1 percent (compared to 7.1 percent for the world)

* Top 10 immigration countries: Russia, Ukraine, India, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Cote d'Ivoire, Jordan, the Islamic Republic of Iran, West Bank and Gaza, Ghana
Remittances

US$ billions 1995 2000 2001 2002 2003

Inward
remittance flows 57.5 84.5 95.6 115.9 143.6
 World 101.6 131.5 146.8 169.5 205.6

Outward
remittance flows 12.4 11.5 13.6 20.4 23.8
 World 98.6 110.1 118.8 131.3 146.8

US$ billions 2004 2005 2006 2007

Inward
remittance flows 161.3 191.2 221.3 (a) 239.7
 World 231.3 262.7 297.1 317.7

Outward
remittance flows 30.9 36.0 44.2 (b)
 World 166.2 183.4 207.0

(a.) 1.9% of GDP in 2006.

(b.) 0.4% of GDP in 2006.

* Top 10 remittance recipients in 2007: India ($27.0 bn), China ($25.7
bn), Mexico ($25.0 bn), the Philippines ($17.0 bn), Romania ($6.8 bn),
Bangladesh ($6.4 bn), Pakistan ($6.1 bn), Indonesia ($6.0 bn), Egypt
($5.9 bn), Morocco ($5.7 bn).

* Top 10 remittance recipients in 2006 (percentage of GDP): Tajikistan
(36.2%), Moldova (36.2%), Tonga (32.3%), the Kyrgyz Republic (27.4%),
Honduras (25.6%), Lesotho (24.5%), Guyana (24.3%), Lebanon (22.8%),
Haiti (21.6%), Jordan (20.3%).

* Top 10 remittance senders in 2006: Russia ($11.4 bn), Malaysia ($5.6
bn), Lebanon ($4.1 bn), Kazakhstan ($3.0 bn), China ($3.0 bn), Oman
($2.8 bn), India ($1.6 bn), Indonesia ($1.4 bn), South Africa ($1.1
bn), Libya ($0.9 bn).

* Top 10 remittance senders in 2006 (percentage of GDP): Lebanon
(18.2%), Tajikistan (14.0%), Maldives (9.1%), Tonga (5.4%), the Kyrgyz
Republic (5.4%), Guyana (5.4%), Vanuatu (4.6%), Kazakhstan (3.9%),
Malaysia (3.7%), Jamaica (3.7%).
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