What is the state of Tuvalu?
Tuvalu is a country, a member of the British Commonwealth. It's a group of nine islands in the Pacific Ocean 'near' the Solomons and Fiji. See the link below for some more information about Tuvalu.
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A small Commonwealth island of the about 2000 northwest coast of Australia. It's one of a pacific nations.
Tuvalu is a country, a member of the British Commonwealth. It's a group of nine islands in the Pacific Ocean 'near' the Solomons and Fiji. See the link below for some more inf…ormation about Tuvalu.
Tuvalu is considered part of the continent Australia. However, itis not actually on it, as it is an island in between Australia andHawaii.
According to the CIA World Factbook, the current estimated population of Tuvalu is 12,373.
The currency used in Tuvalu is the Tuvaluan dollar and the Australian dollar.
Tuvalu has few natural resources or products to export but must import most of the commodities that are needed for everyday life. Their exports of copra and fish generate abou…t $1 million per year and imports cost about $12.9 million per year. They also generate substantial income from leasing their assigned internet domain (.tv); and their largest source of income is the Tuvalu Trust Fund (TTF) an international trust fund established in 1987 by Australia, NZ, and the UK and supported also by Japan and South Korea and from a 1998 fisheries treaty with the US. Although the country is a beautiful island paradise, due to it's remoteness, hosts only 100 to 1000 tourists per year.
Tuvalu has not a president but only a prime minister and a governor general. Theoretically the Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom is the queen of Tuvalu.
Tuvalu (formerly Ellice Islands) is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean , consisting of nine islands, in the region known as Oceania.
A group of nine islands, totalling about 10 square miles and a population of 12,300, Tuvalu is the fourth smallest country (by size) in the world. Its highest elevation is abo…ut 15 feet above sea level and is subject to frequent flooding, not from sea water coming ashore but percolating up through the porous volcanic rock that form the islands. They are one of the places in the world specifically threatened by rising sea levels. Tuvaluan are a Polynesian people who have inhabited these islands for about 3000 years. The official language is Tuvaluan, but they also speak English. Because of their size and remoteness, they don't have a large tourist industry so travelers who are able to reach Tuvalu will benefit from unspoiled, uncrowded beaches. Only the main island has paved roads and there is a single airstrip which is often used as a road by the locals since there are only three arrivals and departures per week. See the links below for more information.
The capital city of Tuvalu is Funafuti.
"Tuvalu" means "group of eight" referring to the country's eight traditionally inhabited islands.
Tuvalu is island group consisting of nine coral atolls in the South Pacific Ocean, about one-half of the way from Hawaii to Australia. See the link below for more information.…
Please see the link below for the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) and economy information for Tuvalu.
Tuvalu is not on or near a continent, it's an island nation, consisting of nine islands, in the Pacific Ocean near the Solomons and Fiji.
Tuvalu was created on 1978-10-01.
The motto of Tuvalu is 'Tuvalu for the Almighty'.