Statistics for foreign countries can be found from country sources and international sources.
Country sources are statistics collected by each individual country's statistical agency. They are generally more detailed and up-to-date than the international sources. However, a country's statistical yearbook may contain only of the language of the country.
International sources are statistics collected from various countries by agencies such as United Nations or World Bank. Data from these sources is usually harmonized and is available in English.
The Government Publications Collection (5th floor, Robarts Library) holds print statistical yearbooks for many countries. They are shelved by country under the country codes.
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