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1. World (Administrative Units, 2000)

United States Department of State, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, United States Central Intelligence Agency, Global Mapping International, National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI), and Nunavut Planning Commission (NPC). World Administrative Units 2000 represents the boundaries for the first-level administrative units of the world, as they existed in 2000. Global Mapping International.

2. World (Administrative Units, 2006)

International Organization for Standardization, United States Department of State, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, ESRI, BBC News, United States Central Intelligence Agency, Global Mapping International, International Border Treaty between the Republic of Yemen and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, Executive Secretary for Foreign Names - U.S. Board on Geographic Names, and Nunavut Planning Commission (NPC). World Administrative Units represents the boundaries for the first-level administrative units of the world. International Organization for Standardization.

3. World (Continents, 2000)

Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI) and Global Mapping International. World Continents represents the boundaries for the continents of the world. Global Mapping International.

4. World (Countries - Generalized, 2006)

International Organization for Standardization, United States Department of State, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, ESRI, BBC News, United Nations, United States Central Intelligence Agency, Global Mapping International, International Border Treaty between the Republic of Yemen and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, Europa, and Executive Secretary for Foreign Names - U.S. Board on Geographic Names. World Countries (Generalized) represents generalized boundaries for the countries of the world as they existed in January 2006. United Nations.

5. World (Countries, 2005)

International Organization for Standardization, United States Department of State, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, ESRI, BBC News, Executive Secretary for Foreign Names - US Board on Geographic Names, United Nations, United States Central Intelligence Agency, Global Mapping International, International Border Treaty between the Republic of Yemen and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, and Europa. World Countries 2005 represents the boundaries for the countries of the world, as they existed in January 2005. United Nations.

6. World (Countries, 2006)

International Organization for Standardization, United States Department of State, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, ESRI, BBC News, United Nations, United States Central Intelligence Agency, Global Mapping International, International Border Treaty between the Republic of Yemen and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, Europa, and Executive Secretary for Foreign Names - U.S. Board on Geographic Names. World Countries 2006 represents the boundaries for the countries of the world as they existed in January 2006. United Nations.

7. World (Countries IPC Demographic, 2007)

International Organization for Standardization, United States Department of State, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, ESRI, BBC News, U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division/International Programs Center, United Nations, United States Central Intelligence Agency, Global Mapping International, International Border Treaty between the Republic of Yemen and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, Europa, and Executive Secretary for Foreign Names - U.S. Board on Geographic Names. World Census IPC Demographics represents a vast amount of recent demographic information for the countries recognized by the U.S. State Department.... U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division/International Programs Center.

8. World (Regions, 2000)

Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI) and Global Mapping International. World Regions represents the boundaries for the regions of the world. There are 25 commonly recognized world regions. Global Mapping International.