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Caribbean Islands

The Caribbean Islands lie to the South-east of North America, to the East of Central America and to the North of South America. By international standards, Caribbean Islands are rich in natural resources. The individual economies of the Caribbean islands are generally open to free trade. While their export bases are fairly limited, many islands are beginning to diversify their industries. Sugar, bananas, eggplant and flowers are exported from many islands and other crops are still grown exclusively for domestic use. The distillation and large-scale export of rum, a well-known island product, takes place on most islands where sugarcane is grown.

The islands of Antigua & Barbuda are located in the heart of Caribbean. Antigua and Barbuda is the 9th largest country by size in the Caribbean and houses a population of about 91,295 people..
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Because of a diverse variety of colonisers that Dominica has had starting from Spanish, graduating to the French and finally in the hands of the British, before getting independence..
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Saint Lucia has a vibrant and growing economy and is among the best places to invest in the Caribbean. The island boasts of beautiful locales and even the culture and people are welcoming..
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St. Kitts and Nevis, also known in the country’s constitution as Saint Christopher and Nevis, has been independent since 1983 and forms part of the group of islands known as the Lesser Antilles..
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Grenada, known as the ‘Isle of Spice,’ is one of the most magnificent and exotic islands in the West Indies. It consists of the island of Grenada itself plus six smaller islands which lie to the north of the main island…
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