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East Asia and Pacific Compared by Geography > Maritime claims > Exclusive economic zone

DEFINITION: Exclusive economic zone (EEZ) - the LOS Convention (Part V) defines the EEZ as a zone beyond and adjacent to the territorial sea in which a coastal State has: sovereign rights for the purpose of exploring and exploiting, conserving and managing the natura.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
=1 Burma 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 South Korea 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Vanuatu 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Nauru 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Indonesia 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Malaysia 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Australia 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Tuvalu 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Thailand 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Philippines 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Taiwan 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Fiji 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Cambodia 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Samoa 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 New Zealand 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Solomon Islands 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Federated States of Micronesia 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 China 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Tonga 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Vietnam 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Japan 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Brunei 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Marshall Islands 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 Kiribati 200 nautical mile 2013
=1 North Korea 200 nautical mile 2013

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