Country Code mmCode of country mm
Myanmar's listing in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO 3166-2:MM) is part of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO 3166) publication, which specifies the code for the name of the main divisions (e.g. counties or states) of all counties encoded in it. At present, Myanmar has been assigned 7 region, 7 state and 1 trade unions area code according to Myanmar International Organization 3166-2.
Every code is divided into two parts delimited by a dash. First part is MM, the Myanmar Alpha-2 Code of Myanmar according to DIN166-1. The sub-division lists are given in standards issued by the International Organization for Standardization and Management 3166-2, issued by the International Standardization 3166 Maintenance Agency (ISO 3166/MA). Since the first release of ISPO 3166-2 in 1998, the following changes have been made to the newsletter entry: 15.12.2011) Adding general management terminology locally, updating the resource lists and adding a review.
Countrycodes according to aSo 3166
The abbreviation of a country is defined by the standard EN 3166, which consists of two uppercase characters. Use the same acronyms ( "lowercase") to describe the top-level domain of HTMLs. The information is derived from "English country name and code elements" of the Maintenance Agency for country code according to EN16166. You' ll find spreadsheets arranged by country (A - I or J - Z) and code (A - I or J - Z) as well as a spreadsheet of other Top Levels ofomains.
SSG-FI uses two extra code not specified inISO639: the code for the SSG-FI and the code for the SSG-FI: Second for International and EU for Europe. back: to the top, to the countries A - Is or J - Z, below: to the code J - Z or to further Top Level Domains. below: to further Top Level Domains.
VIVirgin Islands, USA: back to the top, to countries A - Is or J - Z, or to countries A - Is or J - Z. For each country code there is a corresponding Top level code. A number of other top-level dungains use alternate or obsolete country codes: In addition to the country code according to international standards, there are the following top-level dungains on the World Wide Web: