American Samoa is a United States territory consisting of five islands located 2600 miles south of Hawaii. Canned tuna is it's primary industry and most of it's business is done with the U.S. Crops include coconuts, bananas, pineapples, taro, breadfruit, yams, copra and papayas. It covers an area of 77 square miles and has a population of 57,663 (as of 2000). The primary languages spoken are Samoan and English. Major ports include Auasi, Falesoao, Ofu and it's capital, Pago Pago. There are three airports. The territory's largest imports are materials for the canneries. Other trading countries include Samoa, Australia, Japan, New Zealand and Germany. All major communications are available including one internet service provider.