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NationMaster is a huge database of statistics comparing the differentcountries of the world. The interactive format allows students to easily generate graphs comparinganything from literacy levels to truck production in all the majornations. It is the largest site of its kind on the net- over 40 times the size of the CIA World...
NationMaster is a huge database of statistics comparing the different countries of the world. The interactive format allows students to easily generate graphs comparing anything from literacy levels to truck production in all the major nations. It is the largest site of its kind on the net - over 40 times the size of the CIA World Factbook -and it's really fun to use! NationMaster.com also includes a full-size web-based encyclopaedia.