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Anguilla: Country Profile

Status: British Overseas Territory
Area: 90 sq km
Population: 15,962 (2009 estimate)
Capital City: The Valley
Languages: English
Religion(s): Christianity
Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar (EC$) (although the US$ is widely accepted)
Major political parties: Anguilla United Front; Anguilla United Movement; Anguilla Progressive Party; Anguilla National Strategic Alliance.

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Rethinking the Caribbean rebuild - Travel Weekly
Travel Weekly Rethinking the Caribbean rebuild Travel Weekly Daniel also pointed to another reason that people on the islands are talking about building smarter: the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the insurance companies, both of which "are saying, 'If we're going to pay ...
CDB Predicts 2% Economic Growth for the Caribbean - NYCaribNews
NYCaribNews CDB Predicts 2% Economic Growth for the Caribbean NYCaribNews ?The highest growth rates are anticipated for Anguilla and Dominica as they rebuild from the damage caused by the 2017 hurricanes. Antigua and Barbuda and the Turks and Caicos Islands are also expected to have strong gro...
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Man facing armed robbery, aggravated assault charges - Vicksburg Post
Man facing armed robbery, aggravated assault charges Vicksburg Post Cordero Akerian Reed, 30, 39 Gay Drive, Anguilla , was arrested about 1:54 a.m. Thursday on Iowa Boulevard on charges of first-offense DUI, expired car tag, careless driving and no proof of insurance . ? A warrant was served T...
Who\'s Where: Exec Changes at Travel Leaders, Rosewood - Travel Agent
Travel Agent Who's Where: Exec Changes at Travel Leaders, Rosewood Travel Agent Travel Leaders made another big personnel move with the promotion of Pam Young to senior vice president, industry relations, reporting to Travel Leaders Group Chief Commercial Officer Andrew Winterton. Previously...
Gonsalves steps down from ECCB\'s Monetary Council - Jamaica Observer
Jamaica Observer Gonsalves steps down from ECCB's Monetary Council Jamaica Observer CASTRIES, St Lucia (CMC) ? Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves of St Vincent and the Grenadin... and more »
TURKS & CAICOS ECONOMY TOPS THE CARIBBEAN - Turks and Caicos Sun
TURKS & CAICOS ECONOMY TOPS THE CARIBBEAN Turks and Caicos Sun The Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) economy recorded the second best performance in the Caribbean region in 2017 and is expected to have "strong growth" in 2018, despite being hit by back-to-back hurricanes last Septembe...
What will Brexit mean for Britain\'s overseas territories? - BBC News - BBC News
BBC News What will Brexit mean for Britain's overseas territories? - BBC News BBC News Brexit will have profound consequences for the 250000 people in the UK's overseas territories. and more »
CDB predicts 2% economic growth for the C\'bean in 2018 - Jamaica Observer
Jamaica Observer CDB predicts 2% economic growth for the C'bean in 2018 Jamaica Observer BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) ? Caribbean economies are expected to register an average two per cent growth this year following overall growth of less than one per cent in 2017, the Barbados-based Caribbean...
Local Lawyer Questions Fiscal State of Lending Agencies - WINN FM
Local Lawyer Questions Fiscal State of Lending Agencies WINN FM Lawyer Astaphan drew attention to the question marks surrounding the St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla National Bank. ?And then, of course, the National Bank is putting up US $34 million. We know last year the auditors for the National Ban...
 
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