Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands, British: 171 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
The Virgin Islands, British are a dependent island territory in the Caribbean Sea.
Population
The Virgin Islands, British have 31.719 people. According to the current population prospects of the United Nations the population of the Virgin Islands, British in the year 2050 will first rise to 37.577 and in the year 2100 will fall again to 35.367.

Geography
The Virgin Islands, British have a coastline (length between land and sea including islands) of 80 km.

Economy
The gross domestic product in the year 2008 was 1,10 billion US $ and ranks 195th among the world economies. Die unemployment rate in the year 2010 amounts to 8,7 %.
Country Status Dependent territory
Depends on: Great Britain
ISO country code VG
Internet Domain .vg
License plate GB
Source of country borders: Geo Commons
License: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License

Statistics by category for Virgin Islands, British

All datasets for Virgin Islands, British 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 (6)
Population, total
Population growth rate (%)
Gender distribution, newborn (ratio of men to women)
Energy and Environment (37)
Natural gas, consumption (cu. meters)
Kerosene, gross inland availability (thousand metric tons)
Fuelwood, consumption by households (thousand cu. meters)
Economy (10)
Gross domestic product in exchange rates (US $)
Gross domestic product real growth rate (%)
Inflation, consumer prices (annual %)
Geography and Agriculture (116)
Coastline (km)
Wrapping and packaging paper and paperboard , export weight (tonnes)
Wood charcoal, export value (US $)
Transport and Communication (2)
Airports
Internet host computers