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Uruguay has a middle-income economy, mainly dominated by the State services sector, an export-oriented agricultural sector and an industrial sector.

former spanish colonies, liberal democracies, spanish-speaking countries, uruguay


Uru may refer to URU, a determinative in mesopotamian cuneiform script ... Uru may also refer to:

Lago Uru Uru

Lago Uru Uru is a lake in Oruro Department, Bolivia. At an elevation of 3686 m, its surface area is 214 km².

oruro department

Uru: Ages Beyond Myst

Uru: Ages Beyond Myst is an adventure video game developed by Cyan Worlds and published by Ubisoft. ... After Uru's release and Uru Live's demise, Cyan ...

windows games, 2003 video games, adventure games, massively multiplayer online games, myst games, peter gabriel, ubisoft entertainment games, virtual reality

Myst Online: Uru Live

Myst Online: Uru Live is a massively multiplayer online game (MMO) developed by Cyan Worlds. ... Like Uru, Myst Online takes place in 2000's New Mexico ...

windows games, 2007 video games, mac os x games, massively multiplayer online role-playing games, myst games, peter gabriel, virtual reality

Go Uru of Buyeo

Go Uru or Hae Uru (r. 121 BCE - 86 BCE) was the 4th Dangun of Bukbuyeo, an ancient Korean empire that was founded in Manchuria.

1st-century bc rulers, 2nd-century bc rulers, hwandan gogi

Uru (Big Boat)

The Uru, or "Big Boat", is made in Beypore, a village in south Calicut, Kerala, in southwestern India. ... A remarkable feature of the technology of ...

boat types

Go Uru

Go Uru (고우루, 高優婁) (?-230) was the prime minister of Goguryeo during the reigns of Kings Sansang and Dongcheon during a period of 24 years.

goguryeo, history of korea

Henare Uru

Henare Whakatau Uru (1872 – 1929) was a Māori of Ngāi Tahu and a Reform Party Member of Parliament in New Zealand. ... Hopere Wharewiti Uru, and held it ...

1872 births, 1929 deaths, maori mps, new zealand reform party mps, ngai tahu

Te-uru-ra'i Ari'i-mate Tamatoa-Tau-tu Tamatoa VI

Te-uru-ra'i Ari'i-mate Tamatoa-Tau-tu Tamatoa VI was born at Huahine in 1853. ... He was the second son of Te-uru-ra'i Ari'i-mate Ari'i-rahi of Huahine.

french polynesian royalty