Trinidad & Tobago

The twin island state of Trinidad and Tobago, located in the southern end of the Caribbean, is a small but high-income country. With a population of 1.3 million people and rich in natural resources, it is one of the wealthiest countries in the Caribbean. GROSS NATIONAL INCOME No Data Found GDP GROWTH % No Data… Continue reading Trinidad & Tobago


Suriname, a country located on the northern coast of South America, is one of the smallest countries in South America, yet its population is one of the most ethnically diverse in the region. Its economy is dependent on its extensive supply of natural resources, most notably bauxite, of which it is one of the top producers in the world. With the… Continue reading Suriname

St. Vincent and the Grenadines

St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the archipelago in the Lesser Antilles, occupies a total land area of 389 sq km. St Vincent is of volcanic origin, and is home to one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the Caribbean, La Soufriere. GROSS NATIONAL INCOME No Data Found GDP GROWTH % No Data Found Total Gross… Continue reading St. Vincent and the Grenadines

St. Lucia

Formed from volcanic activity with high lava ridges and craters, St Lucia has a landmass of 238 sq miles, making it the second largest nation of the Windward group in the Lesser Antilles. The tropical eastern Caribbean island boasts beaches, tropical rain forest, mountains, and the Qualibou volcano with its boiling sulphur springs. GROSS NATIONAL… Continue reading St. Lucia

St. Kitts & Nevis

Saint Kitts and Nevis, officially the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis, is a two-island state located in the Leeward Islands chain of the Lesser Antilles. With a population of 52,000 and an area of 269 sq km, it is the smallest sovereign state in the Western Hemisphere, in both area and population, as well as the world’s smallest sovereign federation. GROSS NATIONAL INCOME… Continue reading St. Kitts & Nevis


Jamaica is the largest island in the English-speaking Caribbean, and the most populated with 2.93 million people. The country has a strong tourism product which continues to grow due to its beautiful physical attractions as well as the export of its culture and international successes of its athletes and artistes. GROSS NATIONAL INCOME No Data… Continue reading Jamaica


Located on the north-eastern coast of South America, with an area of approximately 214,969 sq km, the Co-operative Republic of Guyana is one of the largest countries in the Caribbean. Over 80 percent of Guyana’s land mass is covered by tropical rainforest and mountains, thus not surprising its economy was traditionally based on the exports… Continue reading Guyana


The Dominican economy was traditionally dominated by agriculture – primarily bananas – for many decades, however, it has increasingly become driven by tourism, as the government continues to promote Dominica as an “ecotourism” destination. The country boasts of lush vegetation and rich indigenous culture. Unfortunately, Hurricane Maria, which passed through the island in September 2017,… Continue reading Dominica


Belize, formerly known as British Honduras, is the only English-speaking country in Central America. With a population of 400,900, this multilingual nation’s main exports are Sugar, bananas, citrus concentrate and solids, grain, beef, fish products, gold, molasses.   In addition, tourism is one of the country’s biggest foreign exchange earners with an increase in cruise… Continue reading Belize


Historically, Barbados’ economy was defined as an agrarian based economy heavily reliant on sugar agriculture. This structure remained in place for the better part of 300 years until around the early 1960s when tourism and hospitality services emerged as part of a concerted effort of economic diversification by government. This was further expanded by the… Continue reading Barbados