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ABCDEFGHIJK
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YearIrregular Maritime ArrivalsNon-IMAYearTotal
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2002-03 6049602002-03 5020
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2003-04 8734852003-04 3572
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2004-05 14630622004-05 3208
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2005-06 10131912005-06 3292
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2006-07 2337232006-07 3746
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2007-08 2139872007-08 4008
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2008-09 66850722008-09 5762
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2009-10 457959862009-10 10565
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2010-11 517463372010-11 11511
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2011-12 737970362011-12 14415
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IMA= Irregular maritime arrivals
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Share of global asylum applications – by country, %
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Countries 20072008200920102011Countries 2011
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United States 1513131517United States 17
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France 99111312France 12
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Germany 6671110Germany 10
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Italy 48538Italy 8
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Sweden 116697Sweden 7
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Belgium 33566Belgium 6
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United Kingdom 88866United Kingdom 6
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Canada 810966Canada 6
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Switzerland 34444Switzerland 4
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Turkey 23234Turkey 4
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Austria 43433Austria 3
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Netherlands 24443Netherlands 3
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Australia 11233Australia 3
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Greece 85432Greece 2
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Norway 24532Norway 2
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How countries compareRefugees
to GDP (PPP)
per capita
How countries compareRefugees
to 1,000
inhabitants
How countries compareRefugees to 1,000 km2
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Australia0.6Australia1.1Australia3.0
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Canada4Canada4.9Canada16.8
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China35.7China0.2China32.1
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France6France3.4France384.1
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Germany15.2Germany7Germany1605.8
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Spain0.1Spain0.1Spain8.4
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United Kingdom5.3United Kingdom3.1United Kingdom793.4
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United States of America5.4United States of America0.9United States of America28.5
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Sources:
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Gross Domestic Product (PPP): International Monetary Fund, World Economic Outlook Database, April 2012 (accessed 25 April 2012)
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National population: United Nations, Population Division, "World Population Prospects: The 2010 Revision", New York, 2011
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National surface area: Global Insight Digital Mapping 1998, Europa Technologies Ltd.
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