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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...lecommunications: limited telephone, telegraph, and radiobroadcast services; television introduced in 1980; 31,200 telephones (0.2 per 100 popl.); 5 A... ...n of Journalists, International Medical Association, International Radio and Television Organization Economy GNP: $57.8 billion, $6,460 per capita; re... ...- ways 2,440-3,659 m Telecommunications: government- operated radiotelephone networks provid- ing effective service to almost all points on both islan... ...-3,659 m, 21 with runways 1,220-2,439 m Telecommunications: adequate, modern networks reach all areas on mainland islands; 3.52 million telephones (35... ...y by microwave relay; international service good; good coverage by radio and television broadcasts; 849,129 telephones nationwide in 1984 (5.3 per 100... ...40-3,659 on Tristan da Cunha Telecommunications: 1,500 radio receiv- ers; no television service; wireless service to Cape Town and Ascension; telephon... ...to Grenada and St. Lucia; 4 AM and 1 FM stations; St. Vincentian-owned cable television system Defense Forces Branches: Royal St. Vincent and the Gren... ...casting or televi- sion facilities; radio-relay and cable links into Italian networks 212 Sao Tome and Principe 50km //ha do . Principe 1 Pedras , Ti... ...00,000 receiver sets; many satellite ground stations and extensive satellite networks Defense Forces Branches: Ground Forces, Navy, Air Defense Forces...

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