In 2011, the population of Andorra was estimated to be around 84,000 people, with a majority of the population being Roman Catholic. The economy of Andorra was largely supported by its strong tourism industry. This industry was driven by its favorable taxation policies and its attractive winter sports facilities. In terms of foreign relations, Andorra maintained diplomatic relations with over 80 countries and had embassies in various countries including Spain, France, Belgium, Portugal and Germany. In terms of politics, Andorra had a parliamentary democracy with two co-princes as heads of state; the President of France and the Bishop of Urgell in Spain. The government was composed of a Prime Minister and other ministers who were all appointed by the co-princes. See mathgeneral for Andorra in the year of 2017.
Andorra. After almost two years in power, Social Democratic head of government Jaume Bartumeu was forced to announce new elections, since the opposition, among other things, blocked the budget and stopped tax reform. The election in April led to big victories for the newly formed Democrats for Andorra, heirs to the previously dominant party PLA (Andorra’s Liberal Party) and several other middle-right parties. The bourgeoisie regained government power with the largest margin to date and received 21 of 28 seats in the General Council. According to Countryaah official site, the new head of government was Antoni Martí. Visit ABBREVIATIONFINDER for the acronym of AND that stands for the country of Andorra.
Demographics and economic geography of Silvia Lalli. – Western European state, between France and Spain, on the southern side of the Pyrenees. In 2010 it recorded the peak of population growth (85,015 residents), with a significant collapse between 2010 and 2013 (76,098 residents, equal to −10.5%; 76,949 residents in 2014, according to a national estimate), attributable to the effects of the 2008 economic crisis (negative change in GDP, increase in unemployment, decrease in residence permits). Although not part of it, the Andorra in February 2011 it entered into an agreement with the European Union to mint Andorran euros, and in 2013 it started a discussion to implement policies of greater integration into the common European market.