American Samoa is a small island state with an area of 199 km². Its capital is Pago Pago. It is an island country located in the South Pacific Ocean. Samoa is an island and by sea it is adjacent to American Samoa, Tokelau, Tonga and Wallis and Futuna. The largest and most advanced island is the island of Tutuila. American Samoa uses the expansion of the American and the people of the United States with the Micronesia, the Philippines, the Guam and the Marshall Islands. It is a region of the United States.
At the western end of the group of islands, the Manua Islands, 97 km east of Western Samoa, Tutuila, constitute the second largest piece of land. Tau is the largest of the three islands within this group. The country's climate is; Alize winds and frequent rains make the region's tropical climate soft. Physical structure; 70 percent of the land has high ferns, such as coconut, breadwood, screw tree and trees such as Barringtonia asiatica. American
American Samoa Economy
American Samoa Phone Number: +1
Samoa Currency: US Dollar
Important Cities in American Samoa: Tutuila, Pago Pago, Manua, Swains
American Samoa provides its livelihood through fishing. The fishing shapes also the industry. National income is higher than the island countries. Agricultural production is mostly intended for domestic consumption. Many nutrients are imported. The capital city Pago Pago is an important tourist destination. The country's only international airport is in Tutuila.
Export Products of American Samoa
Insulated Wire, Non-fillet Frozen Fish, Refined Oil, Telephones and Juice.
American Samoa's Import Products
Refined Oil, Poultry Meat, Frozen fish are Non-fillet.
Samoa Exports Countries
Australia, India, New Zealand and the United States.
Samoa Imports Countries
New Zealand, China, Singapore, Australia and the United States.
Nations Living in American Samoa
The population of American Samoa is very complicated. The majority of the population is Samoans and half Samoan hybrids. The Samoans are a Polynesian people who are related to the indigenous peoples of Hawaii, Tahiti, Tonga and New Zealand.
Languages spoken in American Samoa
The Samoa language is linked to the Malaysian-Polynesian language family. Most of the people of American Samoa speak English.