by Jacob Burris and Macho

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The capital of Ecuador is

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The population is 15.74 mill

The Life expectancy is 76 years old

The average climate is 77 degrees

The main language is Spanish

the population of ecuador is 15.17 million

the main religions of ecuador is roman catholic

the republic of ecvadors political system is a representative democracy

Independence day

10 August 1809 were the foundation on which the fight for Ecuador's independence was formed. It is a day that has remained in hearts of every citizen of Quito with pride.


Goes by Euros
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Agricultural Products

Ecuador's main recognized agricultural products are bananas, coffee, cocoa, rice, potatoes, manioc (tapioca), plantains, sugarcane, cattle, sheep, pigs, beef, pork,dairy products, balsa wood, fish and shrimp.


First introduced to Ecuador in the 1950s, industry makes up about 36 percent of the GDP and absorbs 25 percent of the total labor force (1 million workers). The chief industrial exports are petroleum and farmed shrimp, but mining of metals is emerging as a lucrative industry. Industry is a volatile component of the economy because Ecuador'sindustrial sector is oriented toward primary commodities. These command erratic prices on the international market when compared to the more stable demand for manufactured and value-added goods. The precarious structure of Ecuador's industrial sector was revealed in 1998 when oil prices dropped and South American shrimp were struck by the deadly Mancha Blanca virus. This double stroke of bad luck, afflicting Ecuador's 2 most important industrial products, led to a shrinking economy in 1999 that aggravated Ecuador's economic woes.

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Unemployment rate

At only 4.8 percent, Ecuador has the lowest unemployment rate in Latin America, considerably lower than its neighbor Colombia, which has an unemployment rate of 9 percent, according to the National Survey of Employment and Unemployment

MIlitary Branch

The Military of Ecuador is under civilian control. The commander-in-chief is the President of Ecuador, currently Rafael Correa. The military of Ecuador has been involved in border disputes with Peru (Ecuadorian–Peruvian War, Paquisha War,Cenepa War), and has provided Military Observers and troops to the United Nations since 1948

popular in ecuador is dances cotopaxi,compania de jesus quito

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sports football,baseball,tennis,volleball

animals komodo dragons,monkeys taurus

3 famous El Libertador, Iván Vallejo Ricaurte ,Luis Antonio Valencia Mosquera

The national tree of Ecuador is the cinchona tree which produces Quinine, the first drug used to prevent and treat malaria.

is one of only two countries in South America that does not share a border with Brazil

the Galápagos Islands