Member states of the Union of South American Nations

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There are currently 12 member states of the Union of South American Nations.

Of these, two belong to CARICOM, four belong to the Andean Community of Nations (CAN), and five to Mercosur.

UNASUR/UNASUL/UZAN member states[edit]

Flag Country Capital Area
(km²)
Population Density
(/km²)
Currency GDP per cap.
(PPP)
[1]
Gini HDI Official, National, & Recognized languages
Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina

República Argentina
Buenos Aires 2,780,403 40,482,000 14.49/km² Argentine peso 15,030[2] 48.8[3] 0.797[4] Spanish (de facto)
also see Languages of Argentina for other Co-official languages
Flag of Bolivia.svg Bolivia

Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia
Bulivya Mamallaqta
Wuliwya Suyu
Sucre
La Paz
1,098,581 9,119,152 8.9/km² Bolivian boliviano 4,575[2] 57.2[3] 0.663[4] Spanish
Quechua
Aymara
and 34 others also see Languages of Bolivia
Flag of Brazil.svg Brazil

República Federativa do Brasil
Brasília 8,514,877 196,342,592 22/km² Brazilian real 11,065[2] 55.0[3] 0.718[4] Portuguese
Brazilian Sign Language
also see Languages of Brazil for other Co-official languages
Flag of Chile.svg Chile

República de Chile
Santiago 756,950 16,763,470 22/km² Chilean peso 14,939[2] 52.0[3] 0.805[4] Spanish (de facto)
also see Languages of Chile
Flag of Colombia.svg Colombia

República de Colombia
Bogotá 1,141,748 44,760,630 40/km² Colombian peso 9,091[2] 58.5[3] 0.710[4] Spanish
68 other languages/dialects also see Languages of Colombia
Flag of Ecuador.svg Ecuador

República del Ecuador
Quito 256,370 13,922,000 53.8/km² Ecuadorian centavo
United States dollar
8,021[2] 54.4[3] 0.720[4] Spanish
also see Languages of Ecuador
Flag of Guyana.svg Guyana

Co-operative Republic of Guyana
Georgetown 214,999 858,863 3.502/km² Guyanese dollar 7,004[2] 43.2[3] 0.633[4] English
Guyanese Creole
11 other languages also see Languages of Guyana
Flag of Paraguay.svg Paraguay

República del Paraguay
Tetã Paraguái
Asunción 406,752 6,158,000 15.6/km² Paraguayan guaraní 4,710[2] 53.2[3] 0.665[4] Spanish
Guaraní
also see Languages of Paraguay
Flag of Peru.svg Peru

República del Perú
Piruw Ripuwlika
Piruw Suyu
Lima 1,285,220 29,180,900 23/km² Peruvian nuevo sol 9,107[2] 50.5[3] 0.725[4] Spanish
Quechuan
Aymara
all other indigenous languages also see Languages of Peru
Flag of Suriname.svg Suriname

Republiek Suriname
Paramaribo 163,821 470,784 2.9/km² Surinamese dollar 8,947[2] 41.5[3] 0.680[4] Dutch
also see Languages of Suriname
Flag of Uruguay.svg Uruguay

República Oriental del Uruguay
Montevideo 176,215 3,477,779 19.8/km² Uruguayan peso 13,961[2] 47.1[3] 0.783[4] Spanish
also see Languages of Uruguay
Flag of Venezuela (state).svg Venezuela

República Bolivariana de Venezuela
Caracas 916,445 28,199,822 30.2/km² Venezuelan bolívar 11,726[2] 49.5[3] 0.735[4] Spanish
all other indigenous languages also see Languages of Venezuela

Non-member states[edit]

Observer states[edit]

Flag Country[5] Capital Area
(km²)
Population Density
(/km²)
Currency GDP per cap.
(PPP)
[1]
Gini HDI Official, National, & Recognized languages
Flag of Mexico.svg Mexico

Estados Unidos Mexicanos
Mexico City 1,972,550 112,322,757 57/km² Mexican peso 14,151[2] 51.6[3] 0.770[4] Spanish (de facto)
68 other indigenous languages also see Languages of Mexico
Flag of Panama.svg Panama

República de Panamá
Panama City 75,517 3,405,813 44.5/km² Panamanian balboa
United States dollar
12,242[2] 54.9[3] 0.768[4] Spanish

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b at purchasing power parity, per capita, in international dollars (rounded)
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Report for Selected Countries and Subjects IMF
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Human Development Report 2010, United Nations Development Programme. Table 3 has the Gini coefficients by country. The year is not given for the Gini coefficient.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n "Human Development Report 2011". United Nations. 2011. Retrieved 12 November 2011. 
  5. ^ "Historia". Secretary General of UNASUR. Retrieved 2013-07-12.