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Central African Rep : Country Profile

Area: 622,984 sq km (242,000 sq miles)
Population: 4.3 million (2007 est.)
Capital City: Bangui (population: 690,000)
People and Language(s): the Central African Republic population is made up of more than 80 different ethnic groups, none of which represents a clear majority of the country. They include the Baya, Banda, Sara, Mandja, Mboum, M'baka. French and Sangho are the official languages.
Religion(s): Christianity, Islam and indigenous beliefs are all practised.
Currency: CFA Franc (pegged to Euro)

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