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Trinidad & Tobago: Country Profile

Area: 5,128 sq km; 1,980 sq miles
Population: 1,229,953 (2010 est.)
Capital City: Port of Spain (population 300,000)
People: Trinidad and Tobago's people are mainly of African or East Indian descent. Virtually all speak English. Small percentages also speak Hindi, French patois, and several other dialects. Trinidad has two major cultural traditions: Creole and East Indian. Creole is a mixture of African elements with Spanish, French, and English colonial culture. Trinidad's East Indian culture came to the island with indentured servants brought to fill a labour shortage created by the emancipation of the African slaves in 1833. Most remained on the land, and they still dominate the agricultural sector, but many have become prominent in business and the professions. East Indians retain many traditions, including the celebration of Hindu and Muslim religious festivals.
Languages: English (official)
Religion(s): (approximately) Roman Catholic 30%, Hindu 24%, Anglican 11%, Muslim 6%, Presbyterian 4%, other 25%
Currency: Trinidad and Tobago Dollar (TTD): 10.5 TTD to the UK pound (April 2011).

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Doctors, lawyers, insurance agents dodge Budget tax - Trinidad News
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Caribbean, Central America urged to increase disaster insurance - Trinidad News
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Dominica set to collect insurance dollars - Trinidad News
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Trinidad & Tobago vs. USA | CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying Match Preview - MLSsoc...
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What are the impacts of population ageing in Trinidad and Tobago? - HelpAge Inte...
HelpAge International (blog) What are the impacts of population ageing in Trinidad and Tobago ? HelpAge International (blog) By 2030 the national insurance funds will be completely depleted, the National Insurance Board of Trinidad and Tobago said last month. It knows reform is needed, an...
Ash and bone - Trinidad News
Ash and bone Trinidad News Perhaps the ruling will change the approach of the Fire Service, which stands accused of placing the needs of the insurance sector ahead of the public. There is little that is a greater threat to the public interest than a fire. But by and large the ... and more&nb...
Insurers facing higher premiums* - Trinidad & Tobago Express
Insurers facing higher premiums* Trinidad & Tobago Express The Association of Trinidad and Tobago insurance Companies (ATTIC) says reinsurers who do business within the Caribbean have been issuing advisories to the regional insurance industry to plan for much higher rates during the upcoming r...
United States at Trinidad and Tobago: CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying preview - So...
United States at Trinidad and Tobago : CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying preview SoundersFC.com Midfielder Hector Herrera added an insurance tally in the fourth minute of stoppage time. Both of Trinidad & Tobago's MLS players saw action off the bench in Mexico, with Minnesota's ...
Domestic workers face abuse - Trinidad News
Domestic workers face abuse Trinidad News She said another issue was national insurance and some employers did not pay it despite it being mandatory. ?They say every creed ... ?The intention would be to ensure that there is adequate protection for domestic workers in Trinidad and Tobago .? Sh...
ATTIC: Ensure you have proper coverage - Trinidad News
ATTIC: Ensure you have proper coverage Trinidad News The Association of TT Insurance Companies (ATTIC) is calling on people to ensure their properties have adequate insurance coverage in light of an extremely active Hurricane Season and the potential that the frequency of monster storms can ...
 
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