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Afghanistan: NA
Albania: 2,500 (2000)
Algeria: 20,000 (2000)
American Samoa: NA
Andorra: 5,000 (2000)
Angola: 12,000 (1999)
Anguilla: NA
Antigua and Barbuda: 8,000 (2000)
Argentina: 900,000 (2000)
Armenia: 30,000 (2000)
Aruba: 4,000 (2000)
Australia: 7.77 million (2000)
Austria: 2.6 million (2000)
Azerbaijan: 8,000 (2000)
Bahamas, The: 15,000 (2000)
Bahrain: 37,500 (2000)
Bangladesh: 30,000 (2000)
Barbados: 6,000 (2000)
Belarus: 10,000 (2000)
Belgium: 2.7 million (2000)
Belize: 12,000 (2000)
Benin: 10,000 (2000)
Bermuda: 25,000 (2000)
Bhutan: 500 (2000)
Bolivia: 35,000 (2000)
Bosnia and Herzegovina: 3,500 (2000)
Botswana: 12,000 (2000)
Brazil: 8.65 million (2000)
British Virgin Islands: NA
Brunei: 28,000 (2001)
Bulgaria: 200,000 (2000)
Burkina Faso: 4,000 (2000)
Burma: 500 (2000)
Burundi: 2,000 (2000)
Cambodia: NA
Cameroon: 20,000 (2000)
Canada: 13.28 million (1999)
Cape Verde: 5,000 (2000)
Cayman Islands: NA
Central African Republic: 1,000 (2000)
Chad: 1,000 (2000)
Chile: 625,000 (2000)
China: 22 million (January 2001)
Christmas Island: NA
Cocos (Keeling) Islands: NA
Colombia: 600,000 (2000)
Comoros: 800 (2000)
Congo, Democratic Republic of the: 1,500 (1999)
Congo, Republic of the: 500 (2000)
Cook Islands: NA
Costa Rica: 150,000 (2000)
Cote d'Ivoire: 20,000 (2000)
Croatia: 100,000 (1999)
Cuba: 60,000 (2000)
Cyprus: 80,000 (2000)
Czech Republic: 900,000 (2000)
Denmark: 2.3 million (2000)
Djibouti: 1,000 (2000)
Dominica: 2,000 (2000)
Dominican Republic: 25,000 (1999)
Ecuador: 20,000 (2000)
Egypt: 300,000 (2000)
El Salvador: 40,000 (2000)
Equatorial Guinea: 500 (2000)
Eritrea: 500 (2000)
Estonia: 309,000 (2000)
Ethiopia: 7,200 (1999)
Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas): NA
Faroe Islands: 3,000 (2000)
Fiji: 7,500 (2000)
Finland: 2.27 million (2000)
France: 9 million (2000)
French Guiana: 2,000 (2000)
French Polynesia: 5,000 (2000)
Gabon: 5,000 (2000)
Gambia, The: 5,000 (2001)
Gaza Strip: 23,520 (1999) (includes West Bank)
Georgia: 20,000 (2000)
Germany: 18 million (2000)
Ghana: 20,000 (2000)
Gibraltar: NA
Greece: 1.33 million (1999)
Greenland: 4,008 (1999)
Grenada: 2,000 (2000)
Guadeloupe: 4,000 (2000)
Guam: 5,000 (2000)
Guatemala: 65,000 (2000)
Guernsey: NA
Guinea: 5,000 (2000)
Guinea-Bissau: 1,500 (2000)
Guyana: 3,000 (2000)
Haiti: 6,000 (2000)
Holy See (Vatican City): NA
Honduras: 20,000 (2000)
Hong Kong: 1.85 million (2000)
Hungary: 650,000 (2000)
Iceland: 144,000 (2000)
India: 4.5 million (2000)
Indonesia: 400,000 (2000)
Iran: 100,000 (2000)
Iraq: NA
Ireland: 1 million (2001)
Israel: 1 million (2000)
Italy: 11.6 million (2000)
Jamaica: 60,000 (2000)
Japan: 27.06 million (2000)
Jersey: NA
Jordan: 87,500 (2000)
Kazakhstan: 70,000 (2000)
Kenya: 45,000 (1999)
Kiribati: 1,000 (2000)
Korea, North: NA
Korea, South: 15.3 million (2000)
Kuwait: 100,000 (2000)
Kyrgyzstan: 10,000 (2000)
Laos: 2,000 (2000)
Latvia: 234,000 (2000)
Lebanon: 227,500 (2000)
Lesotho: 1,000 (2000)
Liberia: 300 (2000)
Libya: 7,500 (2000)
Liechtenstein: NA
Lithuania: 225,000 (2000)
Luxembourg: 86,000 (1999)
Macau: 40,000 (2000)
Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of: 30,000 (2000)
Madagascar: 8,000 (2000)
Malawi: 10,000 (2000)
Malaysia: 1.5 million (2000)
Maldives: 2,000 (2000)
Mali: 10,000 (2000)
Malta: 40,000 (2000)
Man, Isle of: NA
Marshall Islands: 500 (2000)
Martinique: 5,000 (2000)
Mauritania: 3,500 (2000)
Mauritius: 55,000 (2000)
Mayotte: NA
Mexico: 2.5 million (2000)
Micronesia, Federated States of: 2,000 (2000)
Moldova: 15,000 (2000)
Monaco: NA
Mongolia: between 10,000 and 15,000 (2001)
Montserrat: NA
Morocco: 120,000 (1999)
Mozambique: 6,250

note:  150 corporate accounts and 6,100 individual accounts (2000)
Namibia: 9,000 (1999)
Nauru: NA
Nepal: 35,000 (2000)
Netherlands: 6.8 million (2000)
Netherlands Antilles: 2,000 (2000)
New Caledonia: 5,000 (2000)
New Zealand: 1.34 million (2000)
Nicaragua: 20,000 (2000)
Niger: 3,000 (2000)
Nigeria: 100,000 (2000)
Niue: NA
Norfolk Island: NA
Northern Mariana Islands: NA
Norway: 2.36 million (October 2000)
Oman: 50,000 (2000)
Pakistan: 1.2 million (2000)
Panama: 45,000 (2000)
Papua New Guinea: 2,000 (2000)
Paraguay: 20,000 (2000)
Peru: 400,000 (2000)
Philippines: 500,000 (2000)
Pitcairn Islands: NA
Poland: 2.8 million (2000)
Portugal: 700,000 (2000)
Puerto Rico: 110,000 (2000)
Qatar: 45,000 (2000)
Reunion: 10,000 (2000)
Romania: 600,000 (2000)
Russia: 9.2 million (2000)
Rwanda: 1,000 (2000)
Saint Helena: NA
Saint Kitts and Nevis: 2,000 (2000)
Saint Lucia: 5,000 (2000)
Saint Pierre and Miquelon: NA
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: 2,000 (2000)
Samoa: 500 (2000)
San Marino: NA
Sao Tome and Principe: 500 (2000)
Saudi Arabia: 400,000 (2001)
Senegal: 30,000 (2000)
Seychelles: 5,000 (2000)
Sierra Leone: 2,000 (2000)
Singapore: 1.74 million (2000)
Slovakia: 700,000 (2000)
Slovenia: 460,000 (1999)
Solomon Islands: 3,000 (2000)
Somalia: 200 (2000)
South Africa: 1.82 million (2000)
Spain: 4.6 million (2000)
Sri Lanka: 65,000 (2000)
Sudan: 10,000 (2000)
Suriname: 10,000 (2000)
Svalbard: NA
Swaziland: 4,000 (2000)
Sweden: 4.5 million (2000)
Switzerland: 2.4 million (2000)
Syria: 20,000 (2000)
Tajikistan: 2,000 (2000)
Tanzania: 25,000 (2000)
Thailand: 1 million (2000)
Togo: 10,000 (2000)
Tokelau: NA
Tonga: 1,000 (2000)
Trinidad and Tobago: 30,000 (2000)
Tunisia: 110,000 (2000)
Turkey: 2 million (2000)
Turkmenistan: 2,000 (2000)
Turks and Caicos Islands: NA
Tuvalu: NA
Uganda: 25,000 (2000)
Ukraine: 200,000 (2000)
United Arab Emirates: 400,000 (2000)
United Kingdom: 19.47 million (2000)
United States: 148 million (2000)
Uruguay: 300,000 (2000)
Uzbekistan: 7,500 (2000)
Vanuatu: 3,000 (2000)
Venezuela: 400,000 (2000)
Vietnam: 121,000 (2000)
Virgin Islands: 12,000 (2000)
Wallis and Futuna: NA
West Bank: 23,520 (includes Gaza Strip) (1999)
Western Sahara: NA
World: 407.1 million (2000 est.)
Yemen: 12,000 (2000)
Yugoslavia: 80,000 (2000)
Zambia: 15,000 (2000)
Zimbabwe: 30,000 (1999)
Taiwan: 6.4 million (2000)

 

 

 

 

Source of Information: CIA - The World Factbook 2001