Economy of Trinidad and Tobago

Economy of Trinidad and Tobago

According to businesscarriers, Trinidad and Tobago is one of the most developed countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. GDP $8.9 billion, GDP per capita $6.9 thousand (2001). The rational use of natural resources has allowed this small Caribbean country to become the world’s leading exporter of mineral fertilizers. Unemployment 11% (2001, 2002). Inflation 4.7% […]

Economy of Haiti

Economy of Haiti

According to businesscarriers, Haiti remains an underdeveloped agricultural country. In terms of economic development, it is one of the ten most economically backward countries in the world and is the poorest and most backward country in the Western Hemisphere. GDP per capita $1.7 (2001). GDP structure: agriculture 30%, industry 20%, services 50%. Average annual inflation […]

Economy of Grenada

Economy of Grenada

According to businesscarriers, the economy of Grenada is based on the service sector and agriculture, which are also the main sources of foreign exchange earnings. The share of agriculture in GDP is 7.5%, industry – 8.5%, construction – 8.5%, energy and water supply – 5.8%, transport and communications – 23.8%, other services – 46% (2002 […]

Economy of Dominican Republic

Economy of Dominican Republic

According to businesscarriers, the Dominican Republic is an agro-industrial country with a rapidly growing economy. In terms of economic growth, it occupies one of the first places in Latin America. The volume of GDP is 21.4 billion US dollars (2002). The growth rate in 2002 was 4.1%. GDP per capita $2,386. The share of the […]

Economy of Dominica

Economy of Dominica

The volume of GDP in 2002 amounted to 254.4 million US dollars, per capita – 3543 dollars. Annual GDP growth in the 1990s. 2.5%, in 2001 there was a drop of 4.2%, in 2002 – by 4.7%. The annual inflation rate in 1990-2000 was 1.8%. Unemployment, according to official data for 1999, is 16%; according […]

Economy of Cuba

Economy of Cuba

The disorganization and then the collapse of the decades-old system of foreign economic relations with the USSR and the countries of Eastern Europe led to the fact that at the beginning. 1990s Cuba’s economy was in a protracted crisis. Between 1989 and 1993, Cuba’s GDP shrank by 34.8%. The decline in the country’s purchasing power […]

Economy of Costa Rica

Economy of Costa Rica

According to businesscarriers, the country’s economy compares favorably with the economic structures of other Central American countries with a relatively high share of the industrial sector, including the production of electronic components of computers, light industry enterprises, processing of crop products, animal husbandry, tropical agriculture, and fishing. Tourism plays an important role in the economy. […]

Economy of Belize

Economy of Belize

According to businesscarriers, GDP in current prices in 2001 was 883.3 million, per capita – 3330 US dollars. The average annual growth rate of the economy in 1999-2002 reached 6.6%. Inflation in 1997-2002 decreased from 6.4% to 2.3% per year. The number of employed exceeded 90 thousand people, the unemployment rate for 1998-2002 decreased from […]

Economy of Barbados

Economy of Barbados

According to businesscarriers, the GDP of Barbados in 2002 was 2.5 billion, per capita – 9.3 thousand US dollars. The average annual growth of the economy for 1993-2000 was 3%, in 2001 the GDP fell by 2.6%, in 2002 by 0.4%. Inflation 0.2% (2002). The number of people employed in the national economy for 1992-2002 […]

Economy of Bahamas

Economy of Bahamas

According to businesscarriers, GDP in current prices in 2002 amounted to 5.1 billion, per capita – 16.1 thousand US dollars. GDP in the 1990s increased by 40%, in 2001 there was a fall of 2.0%, and in 2002 an increase of 0.7%. The annual inflation rate was 1.2% in 1996/2000, increased to 2.0% in 2002. […]