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Canada's DNA database was introduced in 2000.
Chile adopted legislation in 2004 to set up five different DNA databases. In 2008, new legislation came into force.
China set up a DNA database in 2004. Hong Kong has had a separate database since 2001.
Colombia's DNA database was introduced in 2008.
- Costa Rica
Costa Rica is planning a DNA database.
Croatia set up a DNA database in 2000.
Interpol's 2008 survey lists Cuba as a country that is planning a DNA database.
Cyprus set up a DNA database in 1998.
- Czech Republic
The Czech Republic set up its DNA database in 2001.