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According to shoppingpicks, January in Tuvalu is a hot and humid month. Temperatures range from a high of 31°C (87°F) to a low of 26°C (79°F). Rainfall is common, with an average of 15-20 days per month. The humidity level is usually high and the risk of flooding increases. February sees temperatures remain hot and humid, with highs reaching up to 31°C (87°F) and lows dropping down to 26°C (79°F). Rainfall remains common, but there is less risk of flooding than in January. March brings slightly cooler temperatures with highs reaching up to 28-30 °C (82-86 °F) and lows dropping down to 25 °C (77 °F). Rainfall continues at similar levels as previous months, but the risk of flooding decreases. April continues the trend of slightly cooler temperatures with highs reaching up to 27-29 °C (81-84 °F) and lows dropping down to 24 °C (75 ° F). Rainfall levels remain consistent throughout the month, but there is still a risk of flooding in low lying areas. Check businesscarriers for Tuvalu Economics and Business.

Tuvalu Geography and Population

ETYMOLOGY: The name Tuvalu comes from Polynesian tu ‘stand, exist’ and valu ‘eight’, egl. ‘unit of eight islands’. OFFICIAL NAME: Tuvalu CAPITAL CITY: Fongafale POPULATION: 10,800 (2012) AREA: 25 km² OFFICIAL LANGUAGE (S): Tuvalu, English, kiribati RELIGION: Protestants 85%, Adventists 4%, Catholics 1%, Jehovah’s Witnesses 1%, Baha’is 1%, others 8% COIN: Australian dollar CURRENCY CODE:… Read More »

Tuvalu Economy

Public finances, state budget – income, expenditure, balance for the last 5 years The public sector represents 70% of GDP. The main incomes are fishing license fees (almost half of the income), income from national domain fees “tv” (13.7% of income), then income from issuing stamps and coins and development grants. This made it possible… Read More »