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  • these data are from the international price program. import prices are subject to revision. to learn more, see “u.s. import and export prices — may 2015” (html) (pdf). the asia near east region includes bahrain, iran, iraq, israel, jordan, kuwait, lebanon, oman, qatar, saudi arabia, syria, united arab emirates and yemen. asian newly industrialized countries (asian nics) include hong kong, singapore, south korea and taiwan. bls.gov

  • asia (48): afghanistan, armenia, azerbaijan*, bahrain, bangladesh, bhutan, brunei, burma, cambodia, china, cyprus, georgia*, india, indonesia, iran, iraq, israel, japan, jordan, kazakhstan*, north korea, south korea, kuwait, kyrgyzstan, laos, lebanon, malaysia, maldives, mongolia, nepal, oman, pakistan, philippines, qatar, russia*, saudi arabia, singapore, sri lanka, syria, tajikistan, thailand, timor-leste, turkey*, turkmenistan, united arab emirates, uzbekistan, vietnam, yemen (* indicates part of the country is also in europe); cia.gov

  • while we have the most overweight citizens in terms of sheer numbers, a few other countries actually have higher rates of obesity, including egypt, qatar and samoa. additionally, nearly two-thirds of all the obese people in the world live in developing countries as of 2013. that sounds like a lot, but that’s largely a symptom of how many more people live in the developing world, rather than a hopeful indicator that citizens of developed countries are losing weight. everydayhealth.com

  • qatar permitted the international forces to use qatar as a base during the 1991 persian gulf war. a border dispute erupted with saudi arabia that was settled in dec. 1992. a territorial dispute with bahrain over the hawar islands remains unresolved, however. in 1994, qatar signed a defense pact with the u.s., becoming the third gulf state to do so. factmonster.com

  • qatar permitted the international forces to use qatar as a base during the 1991 persian gulf war. a border dispute erupted with saudi arabia that was settled in dec. 1992. a territorial dispute with bahrain over the hawar islands remains unresolved, however. in 1994, qatar signed a defense pact with the u.s., becoming the third gulf state to do so. infoplease.com

  • the global average percentage of deaths under age 5 directly due to preterm birth complications is 17.4 percent. the rate in the united states is about 28 percent, or about 8,100 deaths a year. the united states ranks 141st on the list of 162 countries, followed by oman, georgia, egypt, canada, germany and qatar, the study found. medicinenet.com

  • the most common form of homocystinuria affects at least 1 in 200,000 to 335,000 people worldwide. the disorder appears to be more common in some countries, such as ireland (1 in 65,000), germany (1 in 17,800), norway (1 in 6,400), and qatar (1 in 1,800). the rarer forms of homocystinuria each have a small number of cases reported in the scientific literature. medlineplus.gov

  • the critically ill patient, a 49-year-old man originally from qatar, had recently traveled to saudi arabia and had become ill sept. 3. he was admitted to intensive care in doha, qatar, on sept. 7 with a respiratory illness and renal failure and was subsequently airlifted to the u.k. on sept. 11. medpagetoday.com

  • since 2014, qatar food gross production grew 2.8% year on year. at $147.62 million in 2019, the country was number 141 among other countries in food gross production. qatar is overtaken by vanuatu, which was number 140 at $152.26 million and is followed by barbados at $147.17 million. china ranked the highest with $1,310,049.64 million in 2019, that is a growth of 3% versus 2018. india, united states and brazil respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. guyana recorded the best 5 years average growth at +14.5% per year, while el salvador recorded the worst performance at -79.4% per year. nationmaster.com

  • such inequities are not unique to the united states. in a study that surveyed clinical faculty in singapore, qatar, and the united arab emirates, only one quarter of clinician educators were women, and they were more likely to be younger, single, and without children [10]. one review described women physicians’ work in japan, scandinavia, russia, and eastern europe, purposively selecting these regions for their differences in cultural perspectives of gender roles, workforce policies, and environments, and their variety in their gender inequality indices [11]. regardless of the proportion of female medical students or women physicians in early career, attainment of specialist or leadership positions in medicine remained low for similar reasons: structural barriers such as inflexible working hours, especially relating to work-family conflict, gender discrimination, or lack of role models [11]. nih.gov