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Borneo is the third largest island in the world and is located in the center of Maritime Southeast Asia. Because of its size and isolation, the country is politically divided amongst three nearby countries, which are Malaysia, Brunei, and Indonesia. Indonesia owns around 73% of the island. The island holds a total population of around 23 million inhabitants. Surrounding the island of Borneo are two mountain ranges. The Ligesing Range is one of them, and splits the island of Borneo into two. It runs from West Kalimantan and to south of Sarawak. The other range is the Main Range, which runs from the east and the west and is nearly the length of the entire island of Borneo.
When it comes to the economy of Borneo, agriculture, logging and mining, oil and gas, and ecotourism are the main sectors. The country is poor in natural resources, as the gold, diamonds, mercury, gypsum, and iron within the country has previously been exploited with an individual producer basis. However, Borneo, more specifically Brunei, is a very oil-rich country, causing the country to become one of the largest oil producers within Southeast Asia.
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