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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Madagascar Site and situation Madagascar is an island with approximately the same size as the UK before the coast of Mozambique. The capital city, Antananarivo, is located at 18° 54' S, 47° 31' E. Madagascar is surrounded by the Indian Ocean.Madagascar was an important trading base in the 1700's, connecting the ports of the Indian Ocean.In The first Republic of Madagascar was from 1960-1972. The first president was Philibert Tsiranana. Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world. The highest point is Maromokotro, in the Tsaratanana Massif region in the north of the island, at 2,876 metres. The capital Antananarivo is in the Hauts Plateaux near the centre of the island. It has a total area of 587,040 square kilometres. Physical geography Population X1.000 Demography Population density Today there are approximately 24,8 million people, that is almost one and a half times more than Netherlands, where there live around 17 million Politics of Madagascar is a semi-presidential representative democratic republic, whereby the President of Madagascar is head of state and the Prime Minister of Madagascar is head of government. President: Hery Rajaonarimampianina since 25 January 2014Prime Minister: Jean Ravelonarivo since: 14 January 2015 Politics Culture Religions in Madagascar: 55% natural beliefs, 40% Christians, 5% Muslim tap and hold to change this header text! Official language: Malagsy. Other languages: French, English Economy Although there is a high possibility for tourism in Madagascar, it is underdeveloped. Most of the tourists come for the beaches and biodiversity People from Madagascar are stereotyped by tribal wars, and underdeveloped cities/societies The economy of Madagascar is a market economy and is supported by Madagascar's good agriculture. Malagasy farmers produce tropical crops such as rice, and cash crops such as vanilla and coffee. Madagascar's wealth of natural resources supports its small mining industry. Despite Madagascar's natural resources and developing industries, the 2009 Malagasy political crisis caused the Malagasy economy to decline. Foreign investments have resumed following the resumption of elections in
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