United Nations geoscheme for the Americas

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United Nations geoscheme for the Americas
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  Northern America
  Central America
  Caribbean
  South America

The following is an alphabetical list of countries in the United Nations geoscheme for the Americas grouped by subregion and (if applicable) intermediate region. [1] Note that the continent of North America comprises the intermediate regions of Northern America, Caribbean, and Central America.

Contents

Latin America and the Caribbean

Caribbean

Central America

South America

Northern America

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References

  1. "UNSD — Methodology". unstats.un.org. Retrieved 17 June 2019.