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Wallis and Futuna are also known as the Territory of the Wallis and Futuna Islands, officially. It is a French island collectivity situated in the South Pacific.
Postal codes in Wallis and Futuna
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A geographical overview of Wallis and Futuna
Wallis and Futuna are bordered by Tuvalu, Tonga, Fiji, Tokelau, and Samoa. The total area of Wallis and Futuna is 142.42 km2, with an 11,558 population. The island of Uvéa is the most populated here. At the same time, the island of Futuna is almost uninhabited. Matā'Utu is the largest city and capital of Wallis and Futuna. The territory is based on three volcanic and tropical islands along with various small islets. It's also divided into two island groups, the Hoorn Islands and the Wallis Islands, including the mostly uninhabited Alofi Island and Futuna Island.
The economy of Wallis and Futuna
The Wallis and Futuna GDP was US$188 million in 2005. The majority of its economy is based on traditional subsistence agriculture. Almost 80% of the labor force is driving its livelihood from livestock, agriculture, and fishing. However, 4% of the Wallis and Futuna population has employment in the government sector. The additional revenue comes from French government subsidies, import taxes, licensing of fishing rights to South Korea and Japan, and expatriate workers remittances in New Caledonia, France, and French Polynesia. Major industries here include:
A cultural overview of Wallis and Futuna
Wallis and Futuna culture are Polynesian, which is similar to its neighboring nation's Tonga and Samoa culture. The Futunan and Wallisian are pretty identical to each other in terms of cuisines, mode of celebrations, dance, and language.
Agriculture and fishing are traditional occupations here, while most people here live in their classic oval, which is thatch fale houses. Kava is the most popularly brewed beverage here, serving as a traditional offering in the rituals here.