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GAUL - GAUL is a relatively new initiative from the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization), a specialized agency of the U. It aims to codify all the world's statoids and their changes, from about 1990 on.So far it has developed data for countries, primary, and secondary divisions, including boundary data and entity codes.IANA has chosen to use ISO 3166 as a basis for the cc TLDs (see their list ), and sticks to it very closely.It does, however, use as well as for the United Kingdom. See the changes in GEC page for the change history.It maintains an authoritative list of ISO Alpha-2 Codes . See the changes in ISO 3166-1 page for the change history.Its list is coordinated with a list of countries used by the United Nations Statistics Division for reporting purposes. I have also written a page about using ISO 3166-1 in software.The following list shows the countries of the world, according to international standard ISO 3166-1.
The list of countries by Distinguishing Sign is a bit different from the ISO 3166 country list.
The ITU code for Serbia and Montenegro recently changed from . It has assigned separate codes to Bassas da India (BS), Europa Island (EU), Glorioso Islands (GO), Juan de Nova Island (JU), and Tromelin Island (TE), tiny and mostly uninhabited Indian Ocean islands administered with the French Southern Territories; also, Ashmore and Cartier Islands (AT) and Coral Sea Islands (CR), Australian territories; and Clipperton Island (IP), which is administered from French Polynesia.
It splits Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands into two countries (JN and SV).
Instead of Tanzania, there are Tanganyika (EAT) and Zanzibar (EAZ), dating back to before 1964 when the two countries united.
There is even a code for Alderney (GBA), which is a dependency of Guernsey.
There's a list of them on this United Nations Economic Commission for Europe page. Neil Parker, John Weeks, and Reg Wilson (of Europlate), in their book "Registration Plates of the World" (ISBN 0-9502735-6-2 paperback, 0-9502735-7-0 hardback), list the codes actually being used on vehicles. Parker) is the primary source of the data given in the table above. Faroe Islands changed from FR to FO in the mid-1990s), the old stickers don't disappear in a flash.