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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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Unions say no to retirement age increase - Trinidad News
Unions say no to retirement age increase Trinidad News Nancoo and several trade union leaders appeared yesterday before the Joint Select Committee (JSC) on Finance and Legal Affairs to discuss the National Insurance Systems actuarial review and the National Insurance Board (NIB) investment p...
Rodman charged for manslaughter - Trinidad News
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Drunk driver\'s victims get $15000 grant - Trinidad News
Trinidad News Drunk driver's victims get $15000 grant Trinidad News In his first court appearance before Magistrate Lisa Singh-Phillip, in the San Fernando Magistrates' Courton last Monday, Jacob pleaded guilty to driving dangerously under the influence of alcohol (105 mg per 100 ml), wi...
Rhenako back to square one - Trinidad News
Trinidad News Rhenako back to square one Trinidad News He said they would also give the patient's the family, the insurance company, or the donors, a daily report on the patient's condition. Chow added that when Elder called he was in the middle of a meeting and could not answer. He sa...
Don\'t send drunk driver to jail - Trinidad News
Trinidad News Don't send drunk driver to jail Trinidad News Her children are Vishal, 16, Gaitree, 13, and Varun 7. Yesterday, when Jacob reappeared for sentencing before Singh-Phillip, he said his co-worker was more drunk than him, so, he decided to take the car instead to pick up a friend. ...
Necessary Arts drama school graduates tell Trini Tales - Trinidad News
Trinidad News Necessary Arts drama school graduates tell Trini Tales Trinidad News A suicidal schoolgirl, a raucous community meeting and a funeral that goes terribly and hilariously wrong were among the presentations at drama school, Necessary Arts' graduation last Monday evening. Ten gradu...
A Christmas gift - Trinidad News
A Christmas gift Trinidad News With those words, the victims of Sunday's near-fatal car crash in Debe handed the driver responsible for demolishing their living-room wall an early Christmas gift. ?I don't want to see him go to jail,? said Vijanti Seudath. ?He was very cooperative ...
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Hotel insurance expected to increase - Trinidad News
Hotel insurance expected to increase Trinidad News Stollmeyer was speaking earlier this month at the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association's webinar on Hotel Property Insurance After the Storms. The association says Stollmeyer and other panellists advised that now is the time to review...
Pan-American Life continues to invest - Trinidad News
Trinidad News Pan-American Life continues to invest Trinidad News Josť S. Suquet, Chairman, President and CEO of Pan-American Life Insurance Group believes that despite a challenging economic climate in TT, the company will continue adding value to individuals and businesses with life, acciden...
 
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