Cuba: Statistics

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People  Source: The World Bank
Population 11,379,111 (2014)
Population Growth Rate 0.146 annual % (2014)
Age Dependency Ratio 43.208 % of working-age population (2014)
Urban Population 76.97 % of total (2014)
Infant Mortality Rate 4 per 1,000 live births (2015)
Life Expectancy at Birth 79.391 years (2014)
Age distribution - % of total population (2014);
Energy Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration
    Production 17,366,000,000 kWh (2012)
    Consumption 14,447,000,000 kWh (2012)
    Exports 0 kWh (2013)
    Imports 0 kWh (2013)
    Renewable Electricity Generation 687,000,000 kWh (2012)
    Production 48,727.64 bbl/day (2013)
    Consumption 170,890 bbl/day (2013)
    Exports (Refined) 11,317.64 bbl/day (2010)
    Imports (Refined) 4,876.58 bbl/day (2010)
    Proved Reserves (Crude) 124,000,000 bbl (2015)
    Production (Gross) 37,998,940,000 cu ft (2012)
    Consumption (Dry) 35,315,000,000 cu ft (2012)
    Exports (Dry) 0 cu ft (2013)
    Imports (Dry) 0 cu ft (2013)
    Proved Reserves 2,500,000,000,000 cu ft (2015)
Technology & Infrastructure  Source: CIA World Factbook
Airports 136 (2012 )
Cellular Telephones 1,315,000 (2011 )
Highways 60,858 km (2001 )
Internet Hosts 3,244 (2012 )
Internet Users 1,606,000 (2009 )
Note: private citizens are prohibited from buying computers or accessing the Internet without special authorization; foreigners may access the Internet in large hotels but are subject to firewalls; some Cubans buy illegal passwords on the black market or take advantage of public outlets to access limited email and the government-controlled "intranet" (2009)
Railways 8,598 km (2009 )
Telephones 1,193,000 (2011 )
Geography & Environment Source: CIA World Factbook
LocationCaribbean, island between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, 150 km south of Key West, Florida
Total Area110,860 sq. km
Land Area109,820 sq. km
Water Area1,040 sq. km
Coastline3,735 km
Climatetropical; moderated by trade winds; dry season (November to April); rainy season (May to October)
Terrainmostly flat to rolling plains, with rugged hills and mountains in the southeast
Lowest PointCaribbean Sea 0 m
Highest Point Pico Turquino 2,005 m

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