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Caribbean Grapples with Downturn

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The worldwide economic crisis has interrupted the Caribbean’s most robust rate of sustained economic growth since the 1960s. From Antigua to Trinidad & Tobago, nations are grappling with a slump in exports, a decline in tourism, rising fuel costs, higher unemployment and a drop in both foreign direct investment and remittances.
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