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 San Marino - MSN Encarta
San Marino is located in the Apennine Mountains of northern Italy, near the seaside resort of Rimini on the Adriatic Sea.
The population of San Marino (2006 estimate) is 29,251.
The capital is San Marino (population, 2003 estimate, 4,601), a community perched on the rugged western slopes of Mount Titano.
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 San Marino (country) - Printer-friendly - ninemsn Encarta
The capital is San Marino, with a population of 4,601 (2003 estimate), which is located on the slopes of Mount Titano.
San Marino is governed by the Great and General Council (Consiglio Grande e Generale), a legislative body of 60 members elected by universal suffrage for a term of five years.
San Marino is a member of the United Nations (UN), the Council of Europe (CE), and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
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 San Marino - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
San Marino claims to be the world's oldest republic still in existence, founded in A.D. by a skilled builder referred to as St.
San Marino is the third-smallest country in Europe, with only Vatican City and Monaco being smaller.
Although San Marino is not an official European Union member, it is allowed to use the euro as its currency by virtue of arrangements with the council of the European Union; it is also granted the right to use its own designs on the national side of the euro coins.
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 Economy of San Marino: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
San Marino's per capita gross national product in 2000 stood at $32,000 with more than 50% of that coming from the tourism industry which draws about 3.15 million people annually.
In 1894, San Marino issued the first commemorative stamps and since then that has been part of a large livelihood in the republic.
In addition, San Marino maintains the lowest unemployment rate in Europe, a state budget surplus, and no national debt.
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 Around Europe: San Marino
San Marino is a European "microstate" located entirely inside Italy, in the Apennine Mountains, and is one of the world's smallest nations.
San Marino is a small but prosperous nation, with tourism accounting for around half of the government's revenues (which totaled around 326.9 million euros or $400 million USD in 2000).
San Marino is noted for the liveliness of its political culture, with almost total voter turnout in the frequent elections.
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 San Marino
San Marino, one of the smallest republics in the world, is located in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, south of the city of Rimini on the northern part of the Adriatic coast.
San Marino is one of the most densely populated countries in the world with an average of more than 860 people per square mile (332 per square kilometers).
San Marino's small population and its lack of a university means that it is not able to support academic research at the postsecondary level.
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 San Marino :: Any Travels
San Marino is comprised of native Sammarinese and Italian citizens.
San Marino has no mineral resources and today most of the land is cultivated or covered by woods.
In San Marino the evocative traditions are based on authentic, documented history which saw the ancient standard raised, the sound of the clarions blaring and the cross-bows taking aim, never attacking, but ever defending ancient freedoms.
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 Comparative Criminology | Europe - San Marino
The population of San Marino is comprised of native Sammarinese and Italian citizens.
According to tradition, San Marino was founded in AD 301 when a Christian stonemason named Marinus the Dalmatian fled to the island of Arbe to escape the anti-Christian Roman Emperor Diocletian.
San Marino has been occupied by foreign militaries twice in its history, both for only short periods of time.
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 San Marino
San Marino, republic in southern Europe, an enclave in northern Italy, south of the city of Rimini.
The population of San Marino (1989 estimate) was 22,900.
The capital is San Marino (population, 1990 estimate, 4185), which is located on the slopes of Mount Titano.
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 San Marino (10/06)
San Marino has honorary Consulates General in Washington, DC and New York and honorary Consulates in Detroit and Honolulu.
Due to the small size and low population of San Marino, it is difficult for any party to gain a pure majority, and most of the time the government is run by a coalition.
From May 10 until November 6, 1990, San Marino held the semi-annual presidency of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe, headquartered in Strasbourg, France, and it is preparing to do the same for the period November 2006-May 2007.
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 San Marino - Country information - Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In July 1996, the Congress of State of San Marino agreed to the accreditation of the Australian Ambassador to Italy as Ambassador to San Marino, on a non-resident basis.
San Marino is an independent republic, governed on the basis of the constitution dated 8 October 1600, and the electoral law of 1926.
San Marino has a small labour force, which is boosted by a growing number of workers in surrounding regions who travel to work in San Marino.
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 Economy Republic of San Marino
Of note in San Marino are the Basilica of Santo Marino; towers (14th-16th cent.) built on each of the three peaks of Mt. Titano; the Gothic government house; and several museums of art.
Although San Marino mints its own coins, Italian and Vatican City currency is in general use.
Legislative power in San Marino is vested in the popularly elected grand council (Consiglio Grande e Generale), which is made up of 60 members elected to five-year terms; every six months the council appoints two regents (Capitani Reggenti), who in conjunction with the 10-member council of state form the executive
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 San Marino Economy
San Marino's per capita GNP in 2002 stood at 24,054 Euros with more than 50% coming from the tourism industry, which draws about 3 million people annually.
In 1894, San Marino issued its first commemorative stamps, which produced government revenue for the republic.
In addition, San Marino maintains the lowest unemployment rate in Europe and no national debt.
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 San Marino - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Most Serene Republic of San Marino (Italian: Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino) is the third smallest nation in Europe (after Monaco and Vatican City).
San Marino became a member of the Council of Europe in 1988 and of the UN in 1992.
San Marino's closest airport, located in Italy, is Federico Fellini International Airport close to the city of Rimini.
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 Travel San Marino Europe - Italy
According to tradition, it was founded by a Christian stonemason named Marinus in 301 A.D. San Marino's foreign policy is aligned with that of Italy.
San Marino is located in Southern Europe, an enclave in central Italy.
Mount Titano (bottom), the highest of the seven hills of San Marino (755 meters high).
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 Iran & san_marino: Trade & Exhibition Information
San Marino receives a yearly subsidy from the Italian Government, in exchange for its acceptance of Italian customs regulations and exchange controls.
Much of the statistical data concerning the economy of San Marino is included in the data for Italy.
The lack of natural resources in San Marino means that its manufacturing sector is dependent on imports of raw materials (including energy), principally from Italy.
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 San Marino (10/05)
The three main parties are the Democratic Christian Party of San Marino (PDCS), the Socialist Party of San Marino (PSS), and the Progressive Democratic Party of San Marino (PPDS), in addition to several other smaller parties.
San Marino is a full member of the United Nations, International Court of Justice, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Health Organization (WHO), World Tourism Organization (WTO), Council of Europe, International Red Cross Organization, and the International Institution for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIIT), among others.
From May 10 until November 6, 1990, San Marino held the semi-annual presidency of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe, headquartered in Strasbourg, France.
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 San Marino Economy - Doing Business in San Marino Banks Italy
Another unusual source of revenue for San Marino is the sale of postage stamps and coins: both are popular with collectors and together account for over 10 per cent of government income!
San Marino's external trade statistics are included with Italy.
There are however differences in taxes and regulations, which have given San Marino the status of being a tax haven, as a growing number of non-resident deposits have been made in the principality's banks.
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 San Marino ECONOMY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Farming was formerly the principal occupation, but it has been replaced in importance by light manufacturing.
Some government revenue comes from the sale of postage stamps and coins and from Italy's subsidy to San Marino in exchange for which San Marino does not impose customs duties.
The GDP growth has been impressive and consistent, averaging 7.68% 1997 to 2001.
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 Economy and Government - San Marino - Europe
The foundation of San Marino’s economy is tourism.
San Marino is governed by the Great and General Council, a legislative body of 60 members, elected by universal suffrage for a term of five years.
Two members of the council, called captains-regent, are elected for six months to preside over the country’s executive body, the Congress of State.
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 Economy Of San Marino   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
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 Excite España - Viajes - Europa - San Marino - Economía y Negocios
Statistical details of San Marino’s external trade are included with those of Italy, with whom San Marino has a long-standing customs union.
However there are differences in taxation and regulatory structures which have afforded San Marino the status of a tax haven, as a growing number of non-resident deposits have been made in the principality’s banks.
In 2001 and 2002, the government responded to OECD calls for tax haven economies to institute measures to tackle money-laundering.
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 Working Paper Sites of Political Science - Country Biography Index
The population of San Marino is comprised of native Sammarinese and Italian
Nuncio, based in Rome, is the dean of San Marino's diplomatic corps.
San Marino is a full member of the United Nations, International Court of
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 San Marino Government - Constitution, Flag, and Leaders
Factrover also has complete information on San Marino at its San Marino Country Page.
The parliament is divided into five different Advising Commissions consisting of 15 councils which examine, propose, and discuss the implementation of new laws that are on there way to being submitted to the Great and General Council.
The Council of Twelve serves as an appeals court in the third instance.
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 San Marino and the IMF -- Page 1 of 1
Missions are undertaken as part of regular (usually annual) consultations under Article IV of the IMF's Articles of Agreement, in the context of a request to use IMF resources (borrow from the IMF), as part of discussions of staff monitored programs, and as part of other staff reviews of economic developments.
On behalf of: Albania, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Republic of San Marino, Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste.
Giulio Tremonti, Minister of Economy and Finance of Italy, Governor of the IMF for Italy at the International Monetary and Financial Committee, Ottawa, November 17, 2001
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 San Marino Geography, Economy and History (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
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In 42 BC Cisalpine Gaul, north of Economy, Geography and History the Apennines, was added; and in the late 3rd century AD Italy came to include the islands of Sicily, Corsica, and Sardinia, as well as Raetia and part of Pannonia to the north.
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 Economy San Marino Site (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
From 1972 Saint Marino, after an interruption of 34 years, it is returned to mint own currency, coining you vary values of sammarinesi Liras a lot searched from the collectors.
The currency from 2 euro extension the Public Palace, the currency from the 1 euro official coat of arms of the Saint Republic Marino.
On the currency from 10 cent the Marino Basilica is present Saint.
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 Italy, Holy See (Vatican City) and San Marino
The Holy See is a sovereign entity that serves as the ecclesiastical, governmental and administrative capital of the Roman Catholic Church, physically located within the State of the Vatican City inside Rome, with a unique, non-traditional economy.
San Marino is a developed, constitutional democratic republic, also independent of Italy, with a modern economy.
Read the Department of State Background Notes on Italy, the Holy See, and San Marino for additional information.
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 San Marino,The oldest Republic in the World, Maps,History,Geography,member of UNO
San Marino is smallest independent state in Europe after the Holy See and Monaco.
San Marino is not a quirk of history, but the magnificent result of the centuries-long efforts of free community.
1992, San Marino joins the United Nations Organization widely acclaimed by its members.
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