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Cook Islands

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Cook Islands is in the Pacific Ocean. Its capital is Avarua. This place is a free associate of New Zealand. It is at 21° 14' South, 159° 46' West. Cook Islands has an area of 240 square kilometres (92 square miles). The population is 11,124. This population is from a 2011 estimate.

This free associate receives defense and foreign affairs help from New Zealand, as requested.

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For currency they use the New Zealand Dollar. The inflation in 2005 was 2.1%. The economy link (above) goes to a page that lists their commodities and trading partners.


They have the right at any time to move to full independence by unilateral action.


In the year 2010, the literacy rate was 95%. This definition of literacy is portion of the population over 15 years of age, that can read and write.


People here speak English and Maori. Religions beliefs here include Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Cook Islands Christian Church, other, Protestant, Roman Catholic, and Seventh-Day Adventist.

Time Zone

It is in the Cook Islands (GMT - 10) time zone.


There are terminals for airplanes.


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