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Published on March 28, 2008

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Land Area :  Land Area Each territory's size on the map is drawn according to its land area. "Secure access to land remains essential for diverse land-based livelihoods and is a precondition for sustainable agriculture, economic growth and poverty reduction." Oxfam, 2006:  Each territory's size on the map is drawn according to its land area. "Secure access to land remains essential for diverse land-based livelihoods and is a precondition for sustainable agriculture, economic growth and poverty reduction." Oxfam, 2006 Total Population :  Total Population The size of each territory shows the relative proportion of the world’s population living there. "Out of every 100 persons added to the population in the coming decade, 97 will live in developing countries." Hania Zlotnik, 2005 :  "Out of every 100 persons added to the population in the coming decade, 97 will live in developing countries." Hania Zlotnik, 2005 The size of each territory shows the relative proportion of the world’s population living there. Total Births :  Total Births This map shows the proportion of the world’s total births for each territory. "The birth of a baby is an occasion for weaving hopeful dreams about the future." Aung San Suu Kyi, 1997:  "The birth of a baby is an occasion for weaving hopeful dreams about the future." Aung San Suu Kyi, 1997 This map shows the proportion of the world’s total births for each territory. Births Attended :  Births Attended This map shows the worldwide distribution of all attended births. "...how many of us realize that, in much of the world, the act of giving life to a child is still the biggest killer of women of child-bearing age?" Liya Kibede, 2005:  "...how many of us realize that, in much of the world, the act of giving life to a child is still the biggest killer of women of child-bearing age?" Liya Kibede, 2005 This map shows the worldwide distribution of all attended births. Total Children :  Total Children This map shows the distribution of children between territories "... most of us never really grow up or mature all that much -- we simply grow taller." Leo Calvin Rosten, undated:  "... most of us never really grow up or mature all that much -- we simply grow taller." Leo Calvin Rosten, undated This map shows the distribution of children between territories Total Elderly :  Total Elderly This map shows the worldwide distribution of people over 65 years old. "We live in an era of unprecedented, rapid and inexorable global ageing." HelpAge International, 2005:  "We live in an era of unprecedented, rapid and inexorable global ageing." HelpAge International, 2005 This map shows the worldwide distribution of people over 65 years old. Population Year 1 :  Population Year 1 This map shows the distribution of the world population in 1AD. "1 AD Gregorian calendar, 3761 Hebrew calendar, 7.17.18.13.3 Mayan calendar, 544 Buddhist calendar" Anna Barford, 2006:  "1 AD Gregorian calendar, 3761 Hebrew calendar, 7.17.18.13.3 Mayan calendar, 544 Buddhist calendar" Anna Barford, 2006 This map shows the distribution of the world population in 1AD Population 1500 :  Population 1500 This map shows the distribution of the world's population in year 1500. “The population was decimated ... Spanish colonizers treated the native population brutally and the European diseases which they brought to the country were fatal to indigenous people.” British Broadcasting Corporation, 2006:  “The population was decimated ... Spanish colonizers treated the native population brutally and the European diseases which they brought to the country were fatal to indigenous people.” British Broadcasting Corporation, 2006 This map shows the distribution of the world's population in year 1500. Population 1900 :  Population 1900 This map shows the distribution of the world's population in year 1900. "It has been stated that, as men progress, they shall be able to travel in airships and reach any part of the world in a few hours." Mahatma Ghandi, 1909:  "It has been stated that, as men progress, they shall be able to travel in airships and reach any part of the world in a few hours." Mahatma Ghandi, 1909 This map shows the distribution of the world's population in year 1900. Population 1960 :  Population 1960 This map shows the distribution of the world's population in year 1960. "May the day come soon, when the people of the world will rouse themselves, and together effectively stamp out any threat to peace in whatever quarter of the world it may be found." Albert Lutuli, 1961:  "May the day come soon, when the people of the world will rouse themselves, and together effectively stamp out any threat to peace in whatever quarter of the world it may be found." Albert Lutuli, 1961 This map shows the distribution of the world's population in year 1960. Population 2050 :  Population 2050 This map shows the predicted distribution for the estimated world population in 2050. "The choices that today's generation of young people aged 15-24 years make about the size and spacing of their families will determine whether Planet Earth will have 8, 9 or 11 billion people in the year 2050." United Nations Population Fund, 2005:  "The choices that today's generation of young people aged 15-24 years make about the size and spacing of their families will determine whether Planet Earth will have 8, 9 or 11 billion people in the year 2050." United Nations Population Fund, 2005 This map shows the predicted distribution for the estimated world population in 2050. Population 2300 :  Population 2300 This map shows the predicted distribution for the estimated world population in 2300. "The choices that today's generation of young people aged 15-24 years make about the size and spacing of their families will determine whether Planet Earth will have 8, 9 or 11 billion people in the year 2050." United Nations Population Fund, 2005:  "The choices that today's generation of young people aged 15-24 years make about the size and spacing of their families will determine whether Planet Earth will have 8, 9 or 11 billion people in the year 2050." United Nations Population Fund, 2005 This map shows the predicted distribution for the estimated world population in 2300. Refugee Destination :  Refugee Destination Territory size shows the global proportion of refugees and internally displaced persons living there. "I miss my country, the sunshine of my country, its soil, my friends, my [family], the way of life and its incredible simplicity." Habib Souaidia, 2006:  "I miss my country, the sunshine of my country, its soil, my friends, my [family], the way of life and its incredible simplicity." Habib Souaidia, 2006 Territory size shows the global proportion of refugees and internally displaced persons living there. Refugee Origin :  Refugee Origin Territory size shows the global proportion of refugees and internally displaced persons originating there. "It is awful to leave your country … family and friends, your job - everything - all of your memories of life is there - you have to leave everything." Akram, 2005:  "It is awful to leave your country … family and friends, your job - everything - all of your memories of life is there - you have to leave everything." Akram, 2005 Territory size shows the global proportion of refugees and internally displaced persons originating there. International Immigrants :  International Immigrants The territory size shows the number of international immigrants that live there. "I will do anything in Spain, any job at all. I don't intend to go back with empty pockets. I would look like less than an ant." Simon Fortu, 2005:  "I will do anything in Spain, any job at all. I don't intend to go back with empty pockets. I would look like less than an ant." Simon Fortu, 2005 The territory size shows the number of international immigrants that live there. International Emigrants :  International Emigrants Territory size shows the number of international emigrants originating there. "I will do anything in Spain, any job at all. I don't intend to go back with empty pockets. I would look like less than an ant." Simon Fortu, 2005:  "I will do anything in Spain, any job at all. I don't intend to go back with empty pockets. I would look like less than an ant." Simon Fortu, 2005 Territory size shows the number of international emigrants originating there. Net Immigration :  Net Immigration Territory size shows the relative levels of net immigration in all territories (immigration less emigration). "I will do anything in Spain, any job at all. I don't intend to go back with empty pockets. I would look like less than an ant." Simon Fortu, 2005:  "I will do anything in Spain, any job at all. I don't intend to go back with empty pockets. I would look like less than an ant." Simon Fortu, 2005 Territory size shows the relative levels of net immigration in all territories (immigration less emigration). Net Emigration :  Net Emigration Territory size shows the relative quantity of net emigration in all territories (emigration less immigration). "They are trying to abandon their misery and get to countries which supposedly have better living conditions" Enrique Santiago, 2005:  "They are trying to abandon their misery and get to countries which supposedly have better living conditions" Enrique Santiago, 2005 Territory size shows the relative quantity of net emigration in all territories (emigration less immigration). Tourist Destinations :  Tourist Destinations Territory size shows the proportion of world international tourist trips to that territory. "Tourists are very fickle beasts, even the perception that a destination is risky will lead to a marked decrease in tourist traffic." Howard Rosenzweig, 2003:  "Tourists are very fickle beasts, even the perception that a destination is risky will lead to a marked decrease in tourist traffic." Howard Rosenzweig, 2003 Territory size shows the proportion of world international tourist trips to that territory. Tourist Origins :  Tourist Origins Territory size shows the proportion of the world international tourist trips made by residents of that territory abroad. "Sixty nine percent of EU citizens indicated that travelling across EU borders is as easy as travelling in their own country." Elitsa Vucheva, 2005:  "Sixty nine percent of EU citizens indicated that travelling across EU borders is as easy as travelling in their own country." Elitsa Vucheva, 2005 Territory size shows the proportion of the world international tourist trips made by residents of that territory abroad. Net In-Tourism :  Net In-Tourism Territory size shows the number of tourists received less those leaving each year. "For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move." Robert Louis Stevenson, 1879:  "For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move." Robert Louis Stevenson, 1879 Territory size shows the number of tourists received less those leaving each year. Net Out-Tourism :  Net Out-Tourism Territory size shows relative levels of net out-tourist visits. "It is the British and other Northern Europeans who spend their summer vacations chasing the sun." B. Vaughan, 2002:  "It is the British and other Northern Europeans who spend their summer vacations chasing the sun." B. Vaughan, 2002 Territory size shows relative levels of net out-tourist visits. Tourism Receipts :  Tourism Receipts Territory size shows the proportion of the world's tourist dollars received. "The people who survived the disaster here need money. If tourists do not come back soon, they will face another disaster - this time a financial one." Giovanni Romchi, 2005:  "The people who survived the disaster here need money. If tourists do not come back soon, they will face another disaster - this time a financial one." Giovanni Romchi, 2005 Territory size shows the proportion of the world's tourist dollars received. Tourism Expenditure :  Tourism Expenditure Territory size shows the proportion of world international tourist spending by residents of each territory. "Carrying cash from one developed country to another is simply not necessary anymore. Using Visa payment cards is easier and safer." Kamran Siddiqi, 2005:  "Carrying cash from one developed country to another is simply not necessary anymore. Using Visa payment cards is easier and safer." Kamran Siddiqi, 2005 Territory size shows the proportion of world international tourist spending by residents of each territory. Tourism Profit :  Tourism Profit Territory size shows the relative tourist profits made, in US dollars. "… sun and beach tourism is the motor that first drove the southern Spanish tourism industry into the fast lane, this aspect of tourism is still alive and well and living on the Costa del Sol." Visita Costa Del Sol, 2006:  "… sun and beach tourism is the motor that first drove the southern Spanish tourism industry into the fast lane, this aspect of tourism is still alive and well and living on the Costa del Sol." Visita Costa Del Sol, 2006 Territory size shows the relative tourist profits made, in US dollars. Tourism Loss :  Tourism Loss Territory size shows the relative levels of US dollars lost due to a territory's out-tourists spending more abroad than foreign tourists spend when visiting that territory. " I have to say that the stereotype is true - German people do reserve all the loungers." Ralph Höcker, 2005:  " I have to say that the stereotype is true - German people do reserve all the loungers." Ralph Höcker, 2005 Territory size shows the relative levels of US dollars lost due to a territory's out-tourists spending more abroad than foreign tourists spend when visiting that territory. Aircraft Departures :  Aircraft Departures Territory size shows the distribution of aircraft take-offs, measured by the aircraft’s territory of registration. "... I’m leavin' on a jet plane - Don’t know when I’ll be back again - Oh babe, I hate to go" John Denver, 1969:  "... I’m leavin' on a jet plane - Don’t know when I’ll be back again - Oh babe, I hate to go" John Denver, 1969 Territory size shows the distribution of aircraft take-offs, measured by the aircraft’s territory of registration. Aircraft Flights :  Aircraft Flights Territory size shows the distribution of all kilometres flown around the world, by the place of registration for the aircraft. "Seeing one parked at a gate, dwarfing luggage carts and mechanics, one is induced to feel surprise, overriding any scientific explanation, at how such a thing might move - a few metres, let alone to Japan." Alain de Botton, 2002:  "Seeing one parked at a gate, dwarfing luggage carts and mechanics, one is induced to feel surprise, overriding any scientific explanation, at how such a thing might move - a few metres, let alone to Japan." Alain de Botton, 2002 Territory size shows the distribution of all kilometres flown around the world, by the place of registration for the aircraft. Aircraft Passengers :  Aircraft Passengers Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide aircraft passengers flying on aircraft registered there. "... most of the world’s cities are now within 36 hours of each other ...” Peter Haggett, 2001:  "... most of the world’s cities are now within 36 hours of each other ...” Peter Haggett, 2001 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide aircraft passengers flying on aircraft registered there. Rail Passengers :  Rail Passengers Territory size shows the proportion of all the passenger kilometres travelled by train that occur there. "Indian Railways [the] lifeline to the nation” Indian Railways, 2006:  "Indian Railways [the] lifeline to the nation” Indian Railways, 2006 Territory size shows the proportion of all the passenger kilometres travelled by train that occur there. Passenger Cars :  Passenger Cars Territory size shows the proportion of all cars in the world that are found there. "... the car still defines a lifestyle. Americans still buy cars by the millions, whether they are in gridlocked LA or in the middle of Kansas miles from the nearest town." Paul Harris, 2006:  "... the car still defines a lifestyle. Americans still buy cars by the millions, whether they are in gridlocked LA or in the middle of Kansas miles from the nearest town." Paul Harris, 2006 Territory size shows the proportion of all cars in the world that are found there. Mopeds And Motorcycles :  Mopeds And Motorcycles Territory size shows the proportion of the motorbikes and mopeds in the world found there. "I had only seen two crash helmets in Nicaragua and had not driven to Costa Rica to buy one.” George Davey Smith, 1991:  "I had only seen two crash helmets in Nicaragua and had not driven to Costa Rica to buy one.” George Davey Smith, 1991 Territory size shows the proportion of the motorbikes and mopeds in the world found there. Vehicle Freight :  Vehicle Freight Territory size shows the proportion of all freight vehicles found there. "A young Elvis Presley was once advised, ‘Stick to driving a truck, because you’ll never make it as a singer.’ " Lance Orr, 2005:  "A young Elvis Presley was once advised, ‘Stick to driving a truck, because you’ll never make it as a singer.’ " Lance Orr, 2005 Territory size shows the proportion of all freight vehicles found there. Rail Freight :  Rail Freight Territory size shows the proportion of the worldwide ton-kilometres of rail freight carried there. "This is the Night Mail crossing the Border, Bringing the cheque and the postal order, Letters for the rich, letters for the poor, The shop at the corner, the girl next door“ W.H. Auden, 1936:  "This is the Night Mail crossing the Border, Bringing the cheque and the postal order, Letters for the rich, letters for the poor, The shop at the corner, the girl next door“ W.H. Auden, 1936 Territory size shows the proportion of the worldwide ton-kilometres of rail freight carried there. Road Network :  Road Network Territory size shows the proportion of the all the roads in the world that are located there. "Road transport is ... the dominant form of transport in SubSaharan Africa ... It carries 80 to 90 per cent of ... passenger and freight transport and provides the only form of access to most rural communities.” Ian Heggie, 1994:  "Road transport is ... the dominant form of transport in SubSaharan Africa ... It carries 80 to 90 per cent of ... passenger and freight transport and provides the only form of access to most rural communities.” Ian Heggie, 1994 Territory size shows the proportion of the all the roads in the world that are located there. Rail Network :  Rail Network Territory size shows the proportion of all railway lines in the world found there. "Japanese railways nationwide pass through some 3800 mountain tunnels totalling 2100 km in length, including the Seikan Tunnel (the world’s longest tunnel) completed in 1988." Yukinori Koyama, 1997:  "Japanese railways nationwide pass through some 3800 mountain tunnels totalling 2100 km in length, including the Seikan Tunnel (the world’s longest tunnel) completed in 1988." Yukinori Koyama, 1997 Territory size shows the proportion of all railway lines in the world found there. Aircraft Freight :  Aircraft Freight Territory size shows the number of ton-kilometres of freight transported by aircraft registered there. "At $400 a day, inspection and storage charges at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport are the highest in the world. So is the freight charge of $1.85-$2.2 per [flower] stem." Kamau Ngotho, 2005:  "At $400 a day, inspection and storage charges at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport are the highest in the world. So is the freight charge of $1.85-$2.2 per [flower] stem." Kamau Ngotho, 2005 Territory size shows the number of ton-kilometres of freight transported by aircraft registered there. Container Ports :  Container Ports Territory size shows the proportion of all shipping containers being loaded and unloaded there. "Mao claimed that China’s industrial output could overtake that of the United States and Britain within fifteen years.” Jung Chang, 1991:  "Mao claimed that China’s industrial output could overtake that of the United States and Britain within fifteen years.” Jung Chang, 1991 Territory size shows the proportion of all shipping containers being loaded and unloaded there. Oil Tankers :  Oil Tankers Territory size shows the proportion of oil tankers in the world registered there. "... it's got a Bahama flag, Liberia registry. The cargo is owned by a Swiss based company run out of Russia. The vessel, I believe, is owned by a Greek consortium or at least managed by a Greek consortium." Ray Suarez, 2002:  "... it's got a Bahama flag, Liberia registry. The cargo is owned by a Swiss based company run out of Russia. The vessel, I believe, is owned by a Greek consortium or at least managed by a Greek consortium." Ray Suarez, 2002 Territory size shows the proportion of oil tankers in the world registered there. Cargo Shipping :  Cargo Shipping Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide cargo shipping, measured by weight capacity, registered there. "Big cargo ships can be surprisingly vulnerable. They tend to have just a few crew members to transport and protect goods worth millions of dollars." Alison Gee, 2002:  "Big cargo ships can be surprisingly vulnerable. They tend to have just a few crew members to transport and protect goods worth millions of dollars." Alison Gee, 2002 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide cargo shipping, measured by weight capacity, registered there. Fruit Exports :  Fruit Exports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of fruit (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. "Originally a native of Mexico, the papaya has been grown in Southeast Asia since the 16th century and the long yellow or orange fruit, rich in Vitamins A and C, is a well-established component of Thai cuisine." Phuket-Plaza, 2005:  "Originally a native of Mexico, the papaya has been grown in Southeast Asia since the 16th century and the long yellow or orange fruit, rich in Vitamins A and C, is a well-established component of Thai cuisine." Phuket-Plaza, 2005 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of fruit (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. Fruit Imports :  Fruit Imports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of fruit (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown. "In Japan, dark-orange persimmon fruits on trees set against the backdrop of a clear blue autumn sky is a common sight. There are about one thousand kinds of persimmon in Japan." kakishibu.co.jp, 2006:  "In Japan, dark-orange persimmon fruits on trees set against the backdrop of a clear blue autumn sky is a common sight. There are about one thousand kinds of persimmon in Japan." kakishibu.co.jp, 2006 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of fruit (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown. Vegetables Exports :  Vegetables Exports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of vegetables (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. "The Netherlands is the world's leading vegetable exporter. It is important to note that although they are the top exporter, they are only the 28th largest vegetable producer in the world ..." Shari Kosco, 2003:  "The Netherlands is the world's leading vegetable exporter. It is important to note that although they are the top exporter, they are only the 28th largest vegetable producer in the world ..." Shari Kosco, 2003 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of vegetables (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. Vegetables Imports :  Vegetables Imports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of vegetables (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown. "In Switzerland the domestic organic label, Bio Suisse, actually prohibits air transport of organic products. " James J. Ferguson, 2004:  "In Switzerland the domestic organic label, Bio Suisse, actually prohibits air transport of organic products. " James J. Ferguson, 2004 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of vegetables (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown. Dairy Exports :  Dairy Exports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of dairy produce (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. "With 14-19 head of cattle per person, the Maasai are one of the wealthiest cattle-owning peoples in Africa." Jens Finke, 2003:  "With 14-19 head of cattle per person, the Maasai are one of the wealthiest cattle-owning peoples in Africa." Jens Finke, 2003 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of dairy produce (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. Dairy Imports :  Dairy Imports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of dairy produce (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown. "High on the Tibetan plateau, nomadic yak-herders have been grazing their semi-wild herds for 10 000 years, making theirs the world's oldest existing agricultural enterprise ..." Jonathan S. White, 2001:  "High on the Tibetan plateau, nomadic yak-herders have been grazing their semi-wild herds for 10 000 years, making theirs the world's oldest existing agricultural enterprise ..." Jonathan S. White, 2001 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of dairy produce (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown. Cereals Exports :  Cereals Exports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of cereals (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. "Lao food is traditionally eaten with sticky rice, with the fingers. In the countryside, people will all eat family style, sitting on the floor, sharing a few dishes." Visit Laos, 2005:  "Lao food is traditionally eaten with sticky rice, with the fingers. In the countryside, people will all eat family style, sitting on the floor, sharing a few dishes." Visit Laos, 2005 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of cereals (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. Cereals Imports :  Cereals Imports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of cereals (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown. "Maize was introduced in Africa by Portuguese explorers in the beginning of the 16th century.  It has since become Africa's second most important food crop, behind cassava ..." Africancrops.net, 2006:  "Maize was introduced in Africa by Portuguese explorers in the beginning of the 16th century.  It has since become Africa's second most important food crop, behind cassava ..." Africancrops.net, 2006 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of cereals (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown. Meat Exports :  Meat Exports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of meat (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. “Between 1990 and 2001 the percentage of Europe's processed meat imports that came from Brazil rose from 40 to 74 percent” Centre for International Forestry Research, 2004:  “Between 1990 and 2001 the percentage of Europe's processed meat imports that came from Brazil rose from 40 to 74 percent” Centre for International Forestry Research, 2004 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of meat (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. Meat Imports :  Meat Imports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of meat (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown. "Throughout history, the ubiquitous chicken has maintained an important and constant presence in many cultures worldwide." Kay Chin, 2001:  "Throughout history, the ubiquitous chicken has maintained an important and constant presence in many cultures worldwide." Kay Chin, 2001 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of meat (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown. Fish Exports :  Fish Exports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of fish (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. “There is no firm evidence to show that fish exports are detrimental to food security in the exporting country as generally the products exported are different from those consumed locally.” Helga Josupeit, 1998 :  “There is no firm evidence to show that fish exports are detrimental to food security in the exporting country as generally the products exported are different from those consumed locally.” Helga Josupeit, 1998 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of fish (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. Fish Imports :  Fish Imports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of fish (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown. “Fugu (blow fish) is a fish which contains deadly poison in the organs. Despite the risk, fugu dishes remain special feasts in Japan.” Setsuko Yoshizuka, 2006:  “Fugu (blow fish) is a fish which contains deadly poison in the organs. Despite the risk, fugu dishes remain special feasts in Japan.” Setsuko Yoshizuka, 2006 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of fish (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown. Groceries Exports :  Groceries Exports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of groceries (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. " 'The food of the gods', as cocoa was called 500 years ago when the Spanish came upon it in South America, remains a precious commodity.” International Cocoa Organization, 2006:  " 'The food of the gods', as cocoa was called 500 years ago when the Spanish came upon it in South America, remains a precious commodity.” International Cocoa Organization, 2006 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of groceries (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. Groceries Imports :  Groceries Imports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of groceries (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown. "... to avoid devastating price hikes, Cubans rushed to stock up on pasta, canned food, cooking oil and soap yesterday after the government announced emergency measures in the face of new US sanctions ..." Buenos Aires Herald, date unknown:  "... to avoid devastating price hikes, Cubans rushed to stock up on pasta, canned food, cooking oil and soap yesterday after the government announced emergency measures in the face of new US sanctions ..." Buenos Aires Herald, date unknown Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of groceries (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown. Alcohol And Cigarettes Exports:  Alcohol And Cigarettes Exports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of alcohol and cigarettes (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. "A custom loathsome to the eye, hateful to the nose, harmful to the brain, dangerous to the lungs, and the black stinking fume thereof ..." James Charles Stuart, 1604:  "A custom loathsome to the eye, hateful to the nose, harmful to the brain, dangerous to the lungs, and the black stinking fume thereof ..." James Charles Stuart, 1604 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net exports of alcohol and cigarettes (in US$) that come from there. Net exports are exports minus imports. When imports are larger than exports the territory is not shown. Alcohol And Cigarettes Imports:  Alcohol And Cigarettes Imports Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of alcohol and cigarettes (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown. “Myth: Alcohol is a good way to cope with cold weather. Fact: Alcohol makes blood vessels of the skin dilate and the skin feels warm.” Hans Olav Fekjaer, 1993:  “Myth: Alcohol is a good way to cope with cold weather. Fact: Alcohol makes blood vessels of the skin dilate and the skin feels warm.” Hans Olav Fekjaer, 1993 Territory size shows the proportion of worldwide net imports of alcohol and cigarettes (in US$) that are received there. Net imports are imports minus exports. When exports are larger than imports the territory is not shown.

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