State of Yap
The State of Yap is one of the four states of the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) with capital in Colonia. According to the FSM Statistics Division, the 2020 population of Yap State is 11,577, which is the third-largest among all states in the FSM. The population of the state consists mainly of the local Yapese, Ulithians, Woleaians and Satawalese people. The State of Yap is the western-most state of the FSM with a total land area of 102 km2. It consists of the four main islands of Rumung, Maap, Gagil-Tamil and Yap Proper (Marbaa') in addition to 134 smaller islands southwest and east of Yap. The Yapese Main Islands are located approximately 800 kilometres southwest of Guam, 3,200 kilometres from Tokyo, 2,000 kilometres from Manila, and 8,000 kilometres from Honolulu.
The current price GDP per capita as of Fiscal Year 2018 was US$52 million while the constant price GDP per capita was US$40 million.The largest industries in the State based on the FY 2018 were 1) agriculture, forestry and hunting; 2) fisheries and 3) wholesale, retail trade and repairs.
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