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ASEAN

Association of South East Asian Nations

These are the member countries of ASEAN:-

Country
Crest Emblem
Head of Government

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
SULTAN

HASSAN AL BOLKIAH MUIZADDIN WADDALAULAH

THE KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA
1ST PRIME MINISTER

NORODOM RANNARIDDH SIHANOUK

THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA
PRESIDENT

SUHARTO

THE LAOS PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC
PRIME MINISTER

KHAMTAY SIPHANDONE

MALAYSIA
PRIME MINISTER

DATUK SERI DR MAHATHIR MOHAMAD

THE UNION OF MYANMAR
CHAIRMAN

THAN SHWE

THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
PRESIDENT

FIDEL RAMOS

THE REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE
PRIME MINISTER

GOH CHOK TONG

THE KINGDOM OF THAILAND
KING

BUMIPOL ADULYADEJ (RAMA IX)

THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
PRIME MINISTER

PHAN VAN KAI

FACTS AND FIGURES:-

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

AREA : total area: 5,770 sq km land area: 5,270 sq km 

POPULATION : 292,266 (July 1995 est.) 

AGE STRUCTURE : 0-14 years: 34% (female 48,458; male 50,624)

15-64 years: 62% (female 85,581; male 95,955)

65 years and over: 4% (female 5,172; male 6,476) (July 1995 est.) 

POPULATION GROWTH RATE : 2.63% (1995 est.) 

ETHNIC DIVISIONS : Malay 64%, Chinese 20%, other 18% 

RELIGIONS : Muslim (official) 63%), Buddhism 14%, Christian 8%, indigenous beliefs and other 15% (1981) .

LANGUAGES : Malay (official), English, Chinese 

LABOR FORCE : 119,000 (1993 est.); note - includes members of the Army.

BY OCCUPATION : government 47.5%, production of oil, natural gas, services, and construction 41.9%, agriculture, forestry, and fishing 3.8% (1986). Note: 33% of labor force is foreign (1988) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT : GDP - purchasing power parity - $4.43 billion (1993 est.) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT PER CAPITA : $16,000 (1993 est.) 

EXPORTS : $2.2 billion (f.o.b. 1993 est.) 

COMMODITIES : crude oil, liquefied natural gas, petroleum products 

IMPORTS : $1.2 billion (c i.f. 1993 est.) 

COMMODITIES : machinery and transport equipment, manufactured goods, food, chemicals. 

TELEPHONE SYSTEM : 33,000 telephones (1987); service throughout country is adequate for present needs; international service good to adjacent Malaysia 

RADIO broadcast stations : AM 4, FM 4, shortwave 0


THE KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA

AREA : total area: The Kingdom's sq land area: 176,520 sq km 

POPULATION  : 10,561,373 (July 1995 est. ) 

AGE STRUCTURE : 0-14 years: 46% (female 2,367,414; male 2,438,104)

15-64 years: 51% (female 2,932,788; male 2,494,203)

65 years and over: 3% (female 185,337; male 143,527) (July 1995 est.) 

POPULATION GROWTH RATE  :2 83% (1995 est.) 

ETHNIC DIVISIONS : Khmer 90%, Vietnamese 5%, Chinese 1 %, other 4% 

RELIGIONS :  Theravada Buddhism 95%, other 5% 

LANGUAGES : Khmer (official), French 

LABOR FORCE : 2.5 million to 3 million 

BY OCCUPATION : agriculture 80% (1988 est.) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT : GDP - purchasing power parity - $6.4 billion (1994 est.) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT PER CAPITA : $630 (1994 est.) 

EXPORTS : $283.6 billion (f.o.b. 1993) 

COMMODITIES : timber, rubber, soybeans, sesame 

IMPORTS : $479 3 billion (c.i.f. 1993) 

COMMODITIES : cigarettes, construction materials, petroleum products, machinery 

RADIO : broadcast stations: AM1, FM0, shortwave O 

TELEVISION : broadcast stations: 1 


THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

AREA : total area: 1,919,440 sq km land area: 1,826,440 sq km 

POPULATION : 203,583,886 (July 1995 est.) 

AGE STRUCTURE : 0-14 years: 32% (female 32,548,039; male 33,485,810)

15-64 years: 64U/o (female 65,394,816; male 64,914,362)

66 years and over: 4% (female 4,027,367; male 3,21 3,492) (July 1 995 est.) 

POPULATION GROWTH RATE  : T.56n/n (1995 est. 

ETHNIC DIVISIONS  : Javanese 45%, Sundanese 14%, Madurese 7.5%, TheRepu Mslays 7.5%,  26% others 

RELIGIONS : Muslim 87%, Protestant 6%, Roman Catholic (3%, Hindu 2%, Buddhist 1%, other 1 % (1985) 

LANGUAGES : Bahasa Indonesia (modified form of Malay; official), English,  local dialects the most widely spoken of which is Javanese 

LABOR FORCE : 67 million 

BY OCCUPATION : agriculture 55%, manufacturing 10%, construction 4%, transport and communications 3% (1985 est.) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT : GDP - purchasing power parity - $619.4 billion (1994 est.) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT PER CAPITA : $3,090 (1994 est.) 

EXPORTS : $41 3 billion (f.o.b. 1994 est.) 

COMMODITIES  : manufactures 56.7%, fuels 24.8%, foodstuffs 11.1 %, raw materials 7.4% (1994 est.) 

IMPORTS  : $31.4 billion (c i f. 1994 est.) 

COMMODITIES  : capital equipment 44.2%, intermed and raw materials 37.0%, consumer goods 11.5%, fuels 7.2% (1994 est.) 

RADIO broadcast stations  : AM618, FM38, shortwave 0 

TELEVISION : broadcast stations: 7 


THE LAOS PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC

AREA : total area: 236,800 sq km land area: 230,800 sq km 

POPULATION : 4,837,237 (July 1995 est.) 

AGE STRUCTURE : 0-14 years: 45% (female 1,084,615; male 1,111,928)

15-64 years: 51 % (female 1,280,142; male 1,199,149)

65 years and over: 4% (female 86,390; male 75,01 3) (July 1995 est.) 

POPULATION GROWTH RATE : 2.84% (1995 est.) 

ETHNIC DIVISIONS : Lao Loum (lowland) 68%, Lao Theung (upland) 22%, Lao Soung (highland) including the Hmong ("Meo") and the Yao (Mien) 9%, ethnic Vietnamese/Chinese 1 % 

RELIGIONS : Buddhist 60%, animist and other 40% 

LANGUAGES : Lao (official), French, English and various ethnic languages 

LABOR FORCE : 1 million - 1.5 million 

BY OCCUPATION : agriculture 80% (1992 est.) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT : GDP - purchasing power parity - $4 billion (1994 est.) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT PER CAPITA : $850 (1994 est.) 

EXPORTS : $277 billion (f.o.b. 1994 est.) 

COMMODITIES : electricity, wood products, coffee, tin, garments 

IMPORTS : $528 billion (c i.f. 1994 est.) 

COMMODITIES : food, fuel oil, consumer goods, manufactures 

RADIO : broadcast stations: AM10, FM0, shortwave 0 

TELEVISION : broadcast stations: 2


MALAYSIA

AREA : total area: 329,750 sq km land area: 328,550 sq km 

POPULATION : 19,723,587 (July 1995 est.) 

AGE STRUCTURE : 0-14 years: 37% (female 3,559,434; male 3,690,310)

15-64 years: 59% (female 5,871,131; male 5,844,568)

65 years and over: 4°/0 (female 423,539; male 334,605) (July 1 995 est.) 

POPULATION GROWTH RATE : 2.24% (1995 est.) 

ETHNIC DIVISIONS : Malay and other indigenous 59%, Chinese 32%, Indian 9% 

RELIGIONS : Peninsular Malaysia: Muslim (Malays), Buddhist (Chinese), Hindu (Indians) 

Sabah: Muslim 38%, Christian 17%, other 45% 

Sarawak: tribal religion 35°/0, Buddhist and Confucianist 24%, Muslim 20%, Christian 16%, other 5% 

LANGUAGES : Peninsular Malaysia: Malay (official), English, Chinese dialects, Tanlil 

Sabah: English, Malay, numerous tribal dialects, Chinese (Mandarin and Hakka dialects predominate) 

Sarawak: English, Malay, Mandarin 

LABOR FORCE  : 7.627 million (1993) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT : GDP - purchasing power parity - $166.8 billion (1994 est.) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT PER CAPITA  : $8,650 (1994 est.) 

EXPORTS : $56.6 billion (f.o.b. 1994) 

COMMODITIES : electronic equipment, petroleum and petroleum products, palm oil, wood and wood products, rubber, textiles 

IMPORTS : $55.2 billion (c i f 1994) 

COMMODITIES : machinery and equipment, chemicals, food, petroleum products 

RADIO : broadcast stations AM28, FM3, shortwave 0 

TELEVISION : broadcast stations: 3


THE UNION OF MYANMAR

AREA : total area: 678,500 sq km land area: 657,740 sq km 

POPULATION : 45,103.809 (July 1995 est.) 

AGE STRUCTURE : 0-14 years: 36% (female 7,963,544; male 8,285,459)

15-64 years: 60% (female 13,478,211; male 13,404,987)

65 years and over: 4% (female 1,080,922; male 89rJ,686) (July 1995 est.) 

POPULATION GROWTH RATE : 1.84% (1995 est.) 

ETHNIC DIVISIONS : Burman 68%, Shan 9%, Karen 7%, Rakhine 4%, Chinese 3%, Mon 2%, Indian 2%, other 5% 

RELIGIONS : Buddhist 89%, Christian 4% (Baptish 3%, Roman Catholic 1%), Muslim 4%, animist beliefs 1%, other 2% 

LANGUAGES : Burmese; minority ethnic groups have their own languages 

LABOR FORCE : 16 007 million (1992) 

BY OCCUPATION : agriculture 65 2%, industry 14.3%, trade 10.1%, government 6.3%, other 4.1% (FY88/89 est.) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT : GDP - purchasing power parity - $41.4 billion (1994 est.) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT PER CAPITA : $930 (1994 est ) 

EXPORTS : $674 billion (FY93194 est.) 

COMMODITIES : pulses and beans, teak, rice, hardwood 

IMPORTS : $1.2 billion (FY93194 est.) 

COMMODITIES : machinery, transport equipment, chemicals, food products 

TELEPHONE SYSTEM : 53,000 telephones (1 986); meets minimum requirements for local and intercity service for business and government; international service is good 

RADIO : broadcast stations: AM2, FM1, shortwave 0 (1985) 

TELEVISION : broadcast stations: 1 (1985)


THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

AREA : total area 300,000 sq km land area: 298,170 sq km 

POPULATION : 73,265,584 (July 1995 est.) 

AGE STRUCTURE : 0-14 years: 38% (female 13,841,552; male 14,214,234)

15-64 years: 58% (female 21,603,818; male 20,923,307)

65 years and over: 40/> (female 1,425,706; male 1,256,967) (July 1995 est.) 

POPULATION GROWTH RATE : 2.23% (1995 est.) 

ETHNIC DIVISIONS : Christian Malay 91.5%, Muslim Malay 4%, Chinese 1.5%, other 3% 

RELIGIONS : Roman Catholic 83%, Protestant 9%, Muslim 5%, Buddhist and other 3% 

LANGUAGES : 

Pilipino (official; based on Tagalog), English (official) 

Sarawak: English, Malay, Mandarin 

LABOR FORCE : 24 12 million 

BY OCCUPATION : agriculture 46%, industry and commerce 16%~ services 18.5%, government 10%, other 9.5% (1 989) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT : GDP - purchasing power parity - $161.4 billion (1994 est. ) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT PER CAPITA : $2,310 (1994 est ) 

EXPORTS : $13.4 billion (f.o.b. 1994) 

COMMODITIES : electronic, textiles, coconut products, copper, fish 

IMPORTS : $21.3 billion (c.i.f. 1994) 

COMMODITIES : raw materials 40%, capital goods 25%, petroleum products 10% 

RADIO : broadcast stations: AM267 (including 6 US), FM55, shortwave 0 

TELEVISION : broadcast stations: 33 (including 4 US) 


THE REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE

AREA : total area :632.6 sq km land area 622.6 sq km 

POPULATION : 2,890,468 (July 1 995 est.) 

AGE STRUCTURE : 0-14 years: 23% (female 324,41 7; male 348,345)

15-64 years: 700/~ (female 991,01 5; male 1,030,668)

65 years and over: 7% (female 105,081; male 87,942) (July 1995 est.) 

POPULATION GROWTH RATE : 1.06% (1995 est.) 

ETHNIC DIVISIONS : Chinese 76.4%, Malay 14.9%, Indian 6.4%, other 2.3% 

RELIGIONS : Buddhist (Chinese), Muslim (Malays), Christian, Hindu, Sikh, Taoist,

Confucianist 

LANGUAGES : English, Chinese, Malay, Tamil (official). Malay is also National Language. 

LABOR FORCE : 1.649 million (1994) 

BY OCCUPATION : financial, business, and other services 33.5%, manufacturing 25.6%, commerce 22.9%, construction 6.6%, other 11.4% (1994) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT : GDP - purchasing power parity - $57 billion (1994 est.) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT PER CAPITA : $19,940 (1994 est.) 

EXPORTS : $96.4 billion (f.o.b. 1994) 

COMMODITIES : computer equipment, rubber and rubber products, petroleum products, telecommunications equipment.

IMPORTS : $102.4 billion (c.i.f. 1994) 

COMMODITIES : aircraft, petroleum, chemicals, foodstuffs 

RADIO  : broadcast stations: AM13, FM4, shortwave 0 

TELEVISION : broadcast stations: 2


THE KINGDOM OF THAILAND

AREA : total area: 514,000 sq km land area: 511,770 sq km 

POPULATION : 60,271,300 (July 1995 est.) 

AGE STRUCTURE : 0-14 years: 29% (female 8,545,362; male 8,866,271)

15-64 years: 66% (female 19,733,773; male 20,185,392)

65 years and over: 5% (female 1,636,426; male 1,304,076) (July 1995 est.) 

POPULATION GROWTH RATE : 1.24% (1995 est.) 

ETHNIC DIVISIONS : Thai 75%, Chinese 14%, other 11 % 

RELIGIONS : Buddhism 95%, Muslim 3.8%, Christianity 0.5%, Hinduism 0.1 %, other 0.6% (1991) 

LANGUAGES : Thai, English the secondary language of the elite, ethnic and regional dialects 

LABOR FORCE : 30.87 million 

BY OCCUPATION : agriculture 62%, industry 13%, commerce 11%, services (including government) 14% (1989 est.) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT : GDP - purchasing power parity - $355.2 billion (1994 est.) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT PER CAPITA : $5,970 (1994 est. ) 

EXPORTS : $46 billion (f o.b. 1994) 

COMMODITIES : machinery and manufactures 83%, agricultural products and fisheries 16%, others 1% (1994 est.) 

IMPORTS : $52.6 billion (c i.f. 1994 est.) 

COMMODITIES : capital goods 44%, intermediate goods and raw materials 37%, consumer goods 16%, other 3% (1994 est.) 

RADIO : broadcast stations: AM200 (in government-controlled network), FM100. 

TELEVISION : broadcast stations: 11


THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM

AREA : total area: 329,560 sq km land area: 325,360 sq km 

POPULATION : 74,393,324 (July 1995 est.) 

AGE STRUCTURE : 0-14 years: 36% (female 13,225,916; male 13,918,321)

15-64 years: 59% (female 22,353,710; male 21,223,739)

65 years and over: 5% (female 2,236,453; male 1,435,185) (July 1995 est.) 

POPULATION GROWTH RATE : 1.71 % (1995 est.) 

ETHNIC DIVISIONS : Vietnamese 85%-90%, Chinese 3%, Muong, Thai, Meo Khmer, Man, Cham 

RELIGIONS : Buddhist, Taoist, Roman Catholic, indigenous beliefs, Islam, Protestant 

LANGUAGES : Vietnamese (official), French, Chinese, English, Khmer, tribal languages lMon-Ktllller and Malayo-Polynesian) 

LABOR FORCE : 32.7 million 

BY OCCUPATION : agricultural 65%, industrial and service 35% (1990 est.) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT : GDP - purchasing power parity - $83.5 billion (1994 est.) 

NATIONAL PRODUCT PER CAPITA : $1,140 (1994 est.) 

EXPORTS : $3.6 billion (f.o.b. 1994 es.) 

COMMODITIES : petroleum, rice, agricultural products, marine products 

IMPORTS : $4.2 billion (c.i.f. 1994 est.) 

COMMODITIES : petroleum products, machinery and equipment, steel products, fertilizer, raw cotton, grain 

RADIO : broadcast stations: AM NA, FM228, shortwave 0 

11th to 19th

October

1997

POSITION
COUNTRIES
SEA GAMES XIX 1997 - JAKARTA
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SEA GAMES XVIII 1995 - CHIANG MAI
Thailand
157
98
91
Indonesia
77
67
77
Philippines
33
48
62
SEA GAMES XVII 1993 - SINGAPORE
Indonesia
88
81
84
Thailand
63
70
63
Philippines
57
59
72
SEA GAMES XVI 1991 - PHILIPPINES
Indonesia
92
86
69
Philippines
91
62
84
Thailand
72
80
91
SEA GAMES XV 1989 - MALAYSIA
Indonesia
102
78
70
Malaysia
67
58
75
Thailand
62
63
66
SEA GAMES XIII 1985 - BANGKOK
Thailand
93
65
52
Indonesia
62
73
74
Philippines
43
54
32
SEA GAMES XII 1983 - SINGAPORE
Indonesia
64
67
54
Philippines
49
48
53
Thailand
49
40
38
SEA GAMES XI 1981 - MANILA
Indonesia
85
73
56
Thailand
62
45
41
Philippines
55
55
71
SEA GAMES X 1979 - JAKARTA
Indonesia
92
78
52
Thailand
50
46
29
Burma
26
24
24
SEA GAMES IX 1977 - KUALA LUMPUR
Indonesia
62
41
34
Thailand
37
35
33
Malaysia
31
30
30
SEA GAMES VIII 1975 - BANGKOK
Thailand
80
45
39
Singapore
38
42
49
Burma
28
35
33
SEAP GAMES VII 1973 - SINGAPORE
Thailand
47
24
28
Singapore
45
50
47
Malaysia
30
35
49
SEAP GAMES VI 1971 - KUALA LUMPUR
Thailand
44
27
38
Malaysia
41
43
55
Singapore
32
33
31
SEAP GAMES IV 1967 - BANGKOK
Thailand
77
48
47
Singapore
28
31
28
Malaysia
23
29
43
  SEAP GAMES III 1965 - KUALA LUMPUR
Thailand
38
33
35
Malaysia
33
36
29
Singapore
26
23
27
SEAP GAMES II 1961 - RANGOON
Burma
35
25
22
Thailand
21
18
22
Malaysia
12
16
16
SEAP GAMES I 1959 - BANGKOK
Thailand
35
26
16
Burma
11
15
14
Malaysia
8
15
11

Note: The National Stadium of Singapore at Kallang was officially declared opened in 1973 in time for the hosting of the Seventh SEAP (South East Asia Peninsula) Games. However, with effect from the Eighth Games onwards, the name has been changed to SEA (South East Asia) Games.

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