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What countries do not celebrate the New Year?

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Every developed country celebrates January 1 as the New Year to some capacity. Although the New Year of this date is of Roman pagan origin, the spread of the Gregorian calendar and the Christian Era (of which it is now 2011) has resulted in almost every country celebrating January 1 as the beginning of the new worldwide-accepted calendar year.

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