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Antigua & Barbuda : Country Profile

Area: 442 sq km (Antigua 281 sq km; Barbuda 161 sq km)
Population: 85,700 (EIU 2007 Estimate). Barbuda's population of 1,500 live mostly in or near the town of Codrington.
Capital city: St John's City. This is the main commercial centre of Antigua and has the largest harbour, capable of berthing five ships, and sometimes more.
People:
Most Antiguans are of African lineage, descendants of slaves brought to the island centuries ago to labour in the sugarcane fields. About 10% of the population consists of Hispanic immigrants, mainly from the Dominican Republic. Nationals from Jamaica, Dominica and Guyana have also settled on the island.
Languages: English
Religion(s): Predominantly Anglican, but also Moravian, Methodist and Roman Catholic
Currency: East Caribbean Dollar (EC$) US$1.00 = 2.70EC$

Insurance News Update in Antigua & Barbuda
UK to champion disaster aid drive - Antigua Observer
UK to champion disaster aid drive Antigua Observer The Commonwealth official said eight million pounds would go toward building climate resilience while some 15 million pounds is being earmarked for risk insurance . Further details on the economic aid are still forthcoming. Aid for countries li...
Fisheries future bleak heading into 2018 | Antigua Observer ... - Antigua Observ...
Fisheries future bleak heading into 2018 | Antigua Observer ... Antigua Observer A new report paints a bleak picture for the fisheries sector which suffered more than EC $850,000 in material damage from Hurricane Irma. OBSERVER media ... and more »
World Bank official pledges help with post disaster debt - Antigua Observer
World Bank official pledges help with post disaster debt Antigua Observer The President of the World Bank Dr Jim Young Kim has promised to help small island developing states get concessional financing to ease the burden of post disaster debt. He invited Caribbean leaders to put together a finan...
Lloyd\'s reveals quick claims response to recent storms - Insurance Business (bl...
Insurance Business (blog) Lloyd's reveals quick claims response to recent storms Insurance Business (blog) ... been working with the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation to deploy US$25,000 to the Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Fund, and has also donated US$25,000 to the British Red ...
Should they go back? - Washington Post
Washington Post Should they go back? Washington Post While $48 million already has flowed from an 18-nation insurance consortium to seven island governments to jump-start the buildback, the region's U.S. territories, including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, were in financial dist...
Islands Seek International Funding for Hurricane Recovery - New York Times
New York Times Islands Seek International Funding for Hurricane Recovery New York Times ?There really has to be some sort of mechanism for insurance so we can have quick restoration after events such as this,? Diann Black-Layne, Antigua's ambassador for climate change, said in an intervi...
Weston lobbies for cheaper insurance for homeowners - Antigua Observer
Caribbean360.com Weston lobbies for cheaper insurance for homeowners Antigua Observer Antigua and Barbuda received over EC $18 million from the fund last week following the passage of Hurricane Irma and its devastating impact on the sister island. The government senator said the government w...
Caribbean, Central America urged to increase disaster insurance - Trinidad News
Caribbean, Central America urged to increase disaster insurance Trinidad News The management of the CCRIF SPC (formerly the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility) is appealing to Caribbean and Central American governments to increase their insurance coverage with the facility to he...
Industrial action averted, State Insurance workers return to normal duties - Ant...
Industrial action averted, State Insurance workers return to normal duties Antigua Observer The Board of Directors and management of the State Insurance Corporation (SIC) averted prolonged industrial action by workers yesterday when they met with the disgruntled party's bargaining agent,...
World Bank commits to concessionary financing for SIDS - Antigua Observer
World Bank commits to concessionary financing for SIDS Antigua Observer His intention is in line with what Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne has been advocating for months. No decision has been made he told ... The President, on behalf of the World Bank, therefore made commi...
 
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