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Lista de abreviaturas de los países

Antigua y Barbuda

ATG

Arabia Saudita

SAU

Argentina

ARG

Australia

AUS

Belice

BLZ

Bolivia

BOL

Brasil

BRA

Canadá

CAN

Chile

CHL

China

CHN

Colombia

COL

Corea

KOR

Costa Rica

CRI

Dominica

DMA

Ecuador

ECU

El Salvador

SLV

Estados Unidos

USA

Filipinas

PHL

Granada

GRD

Guatemala

GTM

Guyana

GUY

Haití

HTI

Honduras

HND

Hungría

HUN

India

IND

Indonesia

IDN

Israel

ISR

Jamaica

JAM

Malasia

MYS

México

MEX

Nicaragua

NIC

Nigeria

NGA

Noruega

NOR

Panamá

PAN

Paraguay

PRY

Perú

PER

Polonia

POL

Qatar

QAT

República Dominicana

DOM

Rusia

RUS

San Vicente y las Granadinas

VCT

Saint Kitts y Nevis

KNA

Singapur

SGP

Sudáfrica

ZAF

Tailandia

THA

Trinidad y Tobago

TTO

Turquía

TUR

Uruguay

URY

Venezuela

VEN

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