Official name: Bosnia and
Area: 51,233 km2
Location: Southeastern Europe,
bordering the Adriatic Sea, Croatia and SR Yugoslavia.
Land Boundaries: 1.459 km (932 km with
Croatia; 357 km with Serbia; 240 with Montenegro)
Coast Line: 21 km
Population: 4.354.911 (1991)
Population Density: 85.2 per km2
Religion: Islam 44%, Orthodox 31%,
Catholic 17%, other 8%
Official Languages: Bosnian, Serbian,
Other major cities: Mostar, Tuzla,
Zenica, Banja Luka, Bihac, Bijeljina, Brcko (District)
Climate: Continental. Hot summers and
1 Convertible Mark = 1 DEM
GDP: US$ 3.4 billion
GDP (per capita): US$ 880
coal, iron, bauxite, manganese, copper, chromium, lead, zinc.
woodland - 39%, arable land - 14%, permanent crops - 5%, permanent
pastures - 20%, , other - 22%.
Manufactured products: Textiles,
clothing and footwear, chemical, electrical and machinery, iron, steel
and aluminum and processed food.
Energy: Electricity, coal and coke
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