In 2017, the population of Andorra was estimated to be around 77,000 people. The economy is largely based on tourism and financial services, with a GDP of $4 billion. Andorra has strong ties with its two bordering countries – Spain and France – and is a member of the European Union. In terms of politics, Andorra is a parliamentary democracy. The Head of Government leads the executive branch while the Head of State serves as both head of government and head of state. The Parliament is elected by universal suffrage every four years and is responsible for making laws and setting policy. Furthermore, Andorra maintains friendly relations with its neighbors and works to promote regional stability through international organizations such as the United Nations. See militarynous for Andorra military and defense.
Andorra. The world’s best health care is in Andorra, according to the long-term study Global Burden of Disease, which measures the state of health in the world and asks how big the risk is of dying from 32 selected diseases. Sweden is in fourth place. See ABBREVIATIONFINDER for frequently used acronyms and abbreviations related to as well as country profile of Andorra.
According to Countryaah.com, the country’s soccer team roared in June when in the qualifying for the 2018 World Cup, they won over Hungary by 1-0. It was the first victory in a qualifier since October 4, 2004.