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Gibraltar Gibraltar: 280 statistics available

General Information

In the first part you can find a summary of the most important information. Detailled statistics can be found in the second part: Statistics by category
Gibraltar is a dependent territory in Southern Europe.
The population in Gibraltar totals 34.733 people. According to the current population prospects of the United Nations the population of Gibraltar in the year 2050 will rise to 37.053 and in the year 2100 to 37.272.

With an area of 10 sq. km Gibraltar has a rank of 208 among all countries in the world. The borderline with its neighboring countries is 1 km. In addition, it has a coastline (length between land and sea including islands) of 12 km.

The economic strength of Gibraltar in the year 2006 according to the gross domestic product accounts for 1,11 billion US $ and ranks 194th among the world economies. The debt level amounts to 7,5 % of the GDP, placing Gibraltar at rank 165 in the ranking of all countries. The unemployment rate in the year 2005 was 3,0 %.
Country Status Dependent territory
Depends on: Great Britain
ISO country code GI
Internet Domain .gi
License plate GBZ
Source of country borders: Geo Commons
License: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License

Statistics by category for Gibraltar

All datasets for Gibraltar by categories. For each category the number of data sets is displayed in brackets.
3 sample data sets are displayed for each category. To view all data sets for a category click on the category name.
Population and Health (15)
Population, total
Population growth rate (%)
Gender distribution, total (ratio of men to women)
Energy and Environment (85)
CO2 emissions per capita (metric tons)
Electricity consumption per capita (kWh)
Natural gas, consumption (cu. meters)
Economy (59)
Gross domestic product in exchange rates (US $)
Gross domestic product real growth rate (%)
Inflation, consumer prices (annual %)
Education and Science (24)
Enrolement, primary, female (% of total enrolment)
Trained teachers in primary education, female (% of female teachers)
Enrolment, secondary, vocational programmes, total
Geography and Agriculture (86)
Area (sq. km)
National borders (km)
Coastline (km)
Transport and Communication (11)
Mobile phones
Merchant marine
Fixed telephone lines