Brunei Case Study

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BRUNEI (Illustration credit: Wikipedia: Brunei)
Brunei Darussalam is a small country that situated in Borneo Island, neighbours with Malaysian states; Sarawak and Sabah. Brunei practices Malay and English as its official language. There are several different ethnic groups such as Malays, Chinese, Indigenous and others. Malays are the majority of ethnic group in Brunei. Meanwhile, the main religion is Sunni Islam. In view of the fact that Brunei is an Islamic state, the government of Brunei performs Unitary Islamic absolute monarchy which is led by Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah. Besides that, Brunei has its own Crown Prince named Al-Muhtadee Billah and the Grand Mufti is Abdul Aziz Juned. Brunei is one of the ASEAN members and joined ASEAN on 7th January 1984 after receiving independence. Brunei and Singapore are using the same value of currency as they promised. Both of the countries use Dollar respectively.
Brunei is the smallest country among ASEAN countries. The size of Brunei is only 5 765 km² despite its small size, Brunei is rich with natural resources. The country is at a strategic location for oil and gas activities even its economy is depending on the oil production, exporting natural gases and other activities. Brunei has a population of 211 635 males and 206 149 females which equivalent
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This country has a total area of 916 445 km² with 44th top population in the world. As in the latest record, Venezuela has 30 206 307 citizens with the density of 30.2/km². Venezuelans speak Spain in daily life because it was colonized by Spain in 1522. The country is a Federal Presidential Constitutional Republic which is lead by the President named Nicholas Madura and President of the National Assembly is Diosdado Cabello. Moreover, Venezuela is one of the OPEC members and the influential ones because of its oil reserves and positive oil production in every
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