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Nauru

Official Title:
Republic of Nauru


General Information

Please note that all statistics reflect Canadian dollars, with some figures reflecting the yearly averages for the year. If listed as ’0’ or absent, the statistic is unavailable.
5-year trade
Canada - Nauru
Year Exports Imports
2009 $1,307,701 $61,094
2010 $ $41,816
2011 $54,987 $125,281
2012 $8,030 $264,100
2013 $208,851 $46,602
Product trade (2013)
21 HS Chapters
Canada - Nauru
Chapter Exports Imports
01 Animal & Prod. $ $
02 Veg. Prod. $ $16
03 Fats, Oils & Waxes Prod. $ $
04 Food Prod. $ $
05 Mineral Prod. $ $
06 Chemical Prod. $ $644
07 Plastics, Rubber Prod. $15,775 $561
08 Leather, Fur Prod. $ $
09 Wood Prod. $ $
10 Paper Prod. $ $9
11 Textiles Prod. $1,450 $
12 Dress Access. $ $454
13 Glass & Stone Prod. $ $124
14 Precious Metals/stones $ $
15 Base Metal Prod. $ $540
16 Mach. Mech. Elec. Prod. $189,219 $13,276
17 Vehicles and Equip. $2,407 $153
18 Specialized Inst. $ $18,944
19 Arms & Ammunition $ $
20 Misc. Articles $ $11,881
21 Antiques $ $

Capital: no official capital
Population (million): 0.008
Total Area: 21km2
Currency: 1 CAN$ = 1 Australian $ (AUD)(2014)
National Holiday: Independence Day, 31 January
Language(s): Nauruan, English


Political Information

Type of State:

Type of Government:
Republic

Head of State:
President Baron Waqa

Head of Government:
President Baron Waqa

Ministers:
Foreign Affairs and Trade: Baron Waqa

Main Political Parties:
Democratic Party of Nauru, Nauru First Party

Elections:
Last: 2013


Economic Information (2013)

Comparative figures
Type Nauru Canada
GDP: ($ billion) 0 1881.42
GDP per capita: ($) 0 53593.83
GDP growth rate: (%) 0 2.02
Inflation: (%) 0 0.96
Unemployment: (%) 0 7.08

Trade and Investment (2013)

Canadian exports to country: $208,851
Canadian imports from country: $46,602
FDI in Canada: $ million
CDI in Nauru: $ million


Representation

Foreign Representation in Canada:
N/A

Canadian Representation Abroad:
High Commissioner Michael Small


February 2015
Sources include: Statistics Canada, IMF

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2010-02-19