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List of FIPS region codes (G-I)

 

List of FIPS region codes (G-I)

This is a list of FIPS 10-4 region codes from G-I, using a standardized name format, and cross-linking to articles.

On September 2, 2008, FIPS 10-4 was one of ten standards withdrawn by NIST as a Federal Information Processing Standard.[1] The list here is the last version of codes. For earlier versions, see link below.

GA: The Gambia

GB: Gabon

GG: Georgia

GH: Ghana

GJ: Grenada

GL: Greenland

GM: Germany

GR: Greece

GT: Guatemala

GV: Guinea

GY: Guyana

HA: Haiti

HO: Honduras

HR: Croatia

HU: Hungary

IC: Iceland

ID: Indonesia

IN: India

IR: Iran

IS: Israel

IT: Italy

IV: Côte d'Ivoire

IZ: Iraq

See also

Sources

  • FIPS 10-4 Codes and history
    • Last version of codes
    • All codes (include earlier versions)
    • Table to see the evolution of the codes over time
  • Administrative Divisions of Countries ("Statoids"), Statoids.com

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