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GUAM is the most southerly and the largest of the Mariana Islands in the northwest Pacific Ocean. It consists mainly of a high coralline limestone plateau with some low volcanic mountains in the south of the island.
Guam’s climate is tropical, with a rainy season from July to December. An unincorporated territory of the USA, its economy depends to a large extent on government activities, and military installations account for some 35 percent of the land area of the island.
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Exports include copra, palm oil, and processed fish. The country has also become a financial center, particularly for mainland and Asian banks, and tourism has come to play an important role in its economy.
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