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Little Montenegro! He lifted up the words and nodded at them-with his smile. The smile comprehended Montenegro’s troubled history and sympathized with the brave struggles of the Montenegrin people. It appreciated fully the chain of national circumstances, which had elicited this tribute from Montenegro’s warm little heart

F. Scott Fitzgerald;'The Great Gatsby'

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Just when Mr Djukanovic could think things were really going his way, the tide seemed to turn. European Union (EU) officials had made it clear that Montenegro’s levels of corruption and crime were simply unacceptable. This challenge was echoed by Montenegro’s parliament which was also beginning to flex its democratic muscles. Mr Djukanovic’s position was not helped by the leak of a tape recording allegedly of discussions between the Prime Minister and his associates as to how forthcoming presidential elections might be ‘fixed’.

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- Political structure

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- Education  

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- Main cities

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- Hydrocarbons

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- Getting there

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Key Facts

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Key Facts
Official name: Republika Crna Gora (Republic of Montenegro) (ROM)
Head of State: President Filip Vujanovic (from 22 May 2003, re-elected 2013)
Head of government: Prime Minister Milo Ðukanovic (KECG) (from 9 Nov 2012)
Ruling party: Koalicija za Evropsku Crnu Goru (KECG) (Coalition for European Montenegro, comprising Demokratska Partija Socijalista (DPS) (Democratic Party of Socialists), Socijaldemokratska Partija (SDP) (Social Democratic Party) and Lberalna Partija Crne Gore (LPCG) (Liberal Party of Montenegro) (from 2006; re-elected 2012)
Area: 14,026 square km
Population: 624,000 (2014)* (620,029; 2011, census figure (preliminary)
Capital: Podgorica (administrative); Cetinje (cultural)
Official language: Montenegro Serbian (Lekavian dialect)
Currency: Euro (€) = 100 cents (from 1 Jan 2002; previous currency Deutsche mark, locked at DM1.96 per euro)
Exchange rate: €0.89 per US$ (Sep 2015)
GDP per capita: US$7,149 (2014)*
GDP real growth: 1.13% (2014)
GDP: US$4.46 billion (2014)
Labour force: 194,000 (2010)
Unemployment: 17.20% (2011)*
Inflation: -0.73% (2014)
Balance of trade: -US$1.83 billion (2014)
Annual FDI: US$558.05 million (2011)
* estimated figure


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