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Comparison of the Benelux countries

Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg form the Benelux

This article is a comparison of the Benelux countries.

Geography

Country Area (km²) Land area (km²) Water area (km²)
Belgium [1] 30,528[1] 30,278[1] 250[1]
Netherlands[2] 41,543 [2] 33,893 [2] 7,650[2]
Luxembourg[3] 2,586[3] 2,586 [3] 0[3]

Politics

Government

Country Political systems Power source Power structure
Belgium [1] Parliamentary system Constitutional monarchy Federal state
Netherlands [2] Parliamentary system Unitary state
Luxembourg[3] Parliamentary system
Aruba[4] Parliamentary system
Curaçao[5] Parliamentary system
Sint Maarten[6] Parliamentary system

International organisation membership

Country Council of Europe ECHR European Union NATO OECDa United Nations WTO
Belgium 5 May 1949 Yes 1958 4 April 1949 13 September 1961 27 December 1945 Yes
Netherlands 5 May 1949 Yes 1958 4 April 1949 13 September 1961 10 December 1945 Yes
Luxembourg 5 May 1949 Yes 1958 4 April 1949 7 December 1961 24 October 1945 Yes

a Luxembourg, Netherlands and Belgium were among the founders of the predecessor of the OECD, the OEEC, in 1948

Economy

Country GDP total (PPP) GDP per capita (PPP) GDP total (nominal) GDP per capita (nominal) Gini HDI
Belgium $494.620 billion $43,629 $458.651 billion $40,456 26.3 0.890
Netherlands $856.265 billion $50,339 $762.521 billion $44,828 26.2 0.92
Luxembourg $58.234 billion $100,991 $60.176 billion $104,359 28.7 0.892

Demographics

Country Population Density (per km²) Immigration (%)
Belgium 11,250,585 363.6 2.9
Netherlands 17,000,059 407.8 11.1
Luxembourg 562,958 194.1 44.5

Telecommunication

Country Internet TLD ISO 3166 code Calling code
Belgium .be BE +32
Netherlands .nl, .bq NL +31, +599
Luxembourg .lu LU +352

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "Europe :: Belgium". CIA The World Factbook. Archived from the original on 2016-07-10.
  2. ^ a b c d e "Europe :: Netherlands". CIA The World Factbook.
  3. ^ a b c d e "Europe :: Luxembourg". CIA The World Factbook. Archived from the original on 2007-06-12.
  4. ^ "Central America and Caribbean :: Aruba". CIA The World Factbook.
  5. ^ "Central America and Caribbean :: Curacao". CIA The World Factbook.
  6. ^ "Central America and Caribbean :: Sint Maarten". CIA The World Factbook.

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