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Caribbean Domains: Puerto Rico (.edu.pr)

  

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Background Information :

Population

July 2007 estimate 3,994,259 (127th in the world; 27th in U.S.) - 2000 census 3,913,055 - Density 438/km2 (21st in the world; 2nd in U.S.) 1,115/sq mi

GDP

(PPP) 2007 estimate - Total $77.4 billion (N/A) - Per capita $19,600 (N/A)

National Anthem

"La BorinqueȘa"

Area

Total 9,104 km2 (169th) 3,515 sq mi - Water (%) 1.6

International Dialling Code

+1 spec. +1-787 and +1-939

Currency

United States dollar (USD)

Population type

80.5% White (Spanish, French, Italian, Corsican, others), 8.0% Black, 0.4% Taȡno, 0.2% Asian (esp. Chinese), 10.9% Multiracial

Government

Republican three-branch government - Presidential Head of State George W. Bush (R) - Governor Luis FortuȘo - Federal Legislative Branch United States Congress SovereigntyUnited States sovereignty

Language

Spanish and English

Motto

: Latin: Joannes Est Nomen Ejus Spanish: Juan es su nombre English: "John is his name"

Time Zone

AST (UTC-4) - Summer (DST) No DST (UTC-4) For other uses, see Puerto Rico (disambiguation). Puerto Rico, officially the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (Spanish: "Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico" [literally, English: "Associated Free State of Puerto Rico"]Puerto Ricans often call the island Borinquen, from BorikȨn, its indigenous Taȡno name. The terms boricua and borincano derive from BorikȨn and Borinquen respectively, and are commonly used to identify someone of Puerto Rican heritage. The island is also popularly known as La Isla del Encanto, which translated means "The Island of Enchantment."


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