Citations with the tag: ANGUILLA -- Economic conditions

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  • KPMG reports Anguilla is 'well-regulated'.
    Collins, John // Caribbean Business; 12/28/2000, Vol. 28 Issue 51, p43 

    Focuses on a report by KPMG International citing Anguilla's possession of features necessary to be considered a well-regulated jurisdiction. Anguilla's inclusion in the blacklist of so-called tax havens of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD); Growth of the financial...

  • Economy Mirrors Regional Downturn.
    Collins, John // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Jun2003, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p3 

    Provides an outlook on the economy of Anguilla in 2003. Decline in trade balance from 2000 to 2001; Estimated decline in account deficit in 2003; Trade gap in imports and exports in 2003 and 2004.

  • RISK SUMMARY: ANGUILLA.
    Collins, John // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Jun2008, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p8 

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  • RISK SUMMARY: ANGUILLA.
    Collins, John // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; May2010, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p8 

    The article provides a political and economic risk assessment for Anguilla as of May 2010. The financial bind being experienced by government is emphasized with key revenue channels falling by 33 percent, 54 percent, and 25 percent since 2007. Also mentioned is the willingness shown by Anguilla...

  • From Anguilla, more than a postcard.
    Collins, John // Westchester County Business Journal; 6/14/2004, Vol. 43 Issue 24, p39 

    Officials from Anguilla brought north some of the sunny weather that the resort island is famed for on the steamy midday of June 8, as they joined White Plains officials in celebrating the opening of the British dependency's first-ever tourist office in the county. The new office is near the...

  • RISK SUMMARY: ANGUILLA.
    Collins, John // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Sep2006, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p9 

    The article reports on the political, economic and business conditions of Anguilla as of September 2006. Since 1980, Anguilla has been a self-governing British Overseas Territory. It posted a solid economic growth in 2005 due to increased tourism activity. There was an increase of investments in...

  • Country Risk Summary: ANGUILLA.
    Collins, John // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Jun2003, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p3 

    Offers an outlook on the economic performance of Anguilla in 2003. Factors that will affect the business confidence in the country; Growth in gross domestic product in 2001.

  • Fiscal Surplus Won't Last.
    Collins, John // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Jun2012, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p8 

    The article analyzes the fiscal standing of Anguilla as it posts a surplus in 2011. The increase can be attributed to the 14.2 million U.S. dollars in back taxes of Viceroy Hotel after it applied for bankruptcy. The report concludes Anguilla might end with a fiscal deficit due to slow tourism...

  • Anguilla Geography.
    Collins, John // 1992 CIA World Factbook; 3/1/2006, p35 

    A chapter of the book "The World Factbook 1992" is presented. It highlights the geography of Anguilla, which has a total area and land area of 91 square kilometer. It emphasizes that its maritime claims are exclusive fishing zone. It suggests that the country has flat and low-lying island of...

  • Anguilla People.
    Collins, John // 1992 CIA World Factbook; 3/1/2006, p36 

    A chapter of the book "The World Factbook 1992" is presented. It offers information about the people in Anguilla which has a total population of 6,963, with a growth rate of 0.6%. It emphasizes that its ethnic division is mainly black African. Its religion has 40% Anglican, 33% Methodist, and 7%...

  • Anguilla Communications.
    Collins, John // 1992 CIA World Factbook; 3/1/2006, p39 

    A chapter of the book "The World Factbook 1992" is presented. It provides an overview of Anguilla's communication infrastructures, which has a total of 60 kilometer surfaced highways. It has a total of three airports, all of which are usable, with one permanent-surface runways. It also...

  • The Economic Competitiveness of Anguilla: Financials Returns, Labor Productivity and International Gaps.
    Parker, Philip M. // Anguilla Economic Competitiveness; 2006, p1 

    Evaluates the economic competitiveness of Anguilla in the global market. Level of labor productivity in the country as compared to other countries; Analysis of the financial performance of companies operating in the country; Extent to which labor deployment and productivity in Anguilla differs...

  • RISK SUMMARY: ANGUILLA.
    Parker, Philip M. // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Oct2008, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p8 

    This section offers news briefs concerning the economy of Anguilla as of October 2008. Anguilla chief minister Osbourne Flemming denied corruption allegations against him. Escalating healthcare costs have encouraged the government to look beyond tourism and finance. Trade officials of the...

  • Major Challenges In The Medium Term.
    Parker, Philip M. // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Sep2011, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p11 

    The article examines the economic outlook for Anguilla as of the last quarter of 2011. As the island's main business sectors struggle to stimulate growth compounded with external factors that continue to dampen the economy, analysts predict that recovery for Anguilla will continue to face major...

  • RISK SUMMARY: ANGUILLA.
    Parker, Philip M. // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Dec2005, Vol. 22 Issue 12, p8 

    The article presents news briefs concerning the economy of Anguilla as of December 2005. Overall political risk in Anguilla is muted despite some minor recent domestic discontent. The country recorded its strongest level of growth in 2004. Gross domestic product (GDP) grew by almost 14%. The...

  • ANGUILLA.
    Parker, Philip M. // Health in the Americas (9789275115879); 2002, Vol. 1, p1 

    The article offers information on the economic conditions, health care system and vital statistics in Anguilla. It has few natural resources and tourism is the largest contributing sector to the economy, representing more than 30% of gross domestic products and employing over 20% of the labor...

  • External Accounts On The Edge.
    Parker, Philip M. // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Mar2011, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p12 

    The article discusses an economic outlook for Anguilla, particularly its external accounts. It is noted that balance of payments may be put in a negative situation by rising imports that will cause a current account deficit. Net foreign direct investment (FDI) fell to its lowest since 1997....

  • Mine Eyes Have Seen . . .
    Parker, Philip M. // Time; 7/21/1967, Vol. 90 Issue 3, p44 

    The article reports on a warning statement of Anguilla President Peter Adams in July 1967 concerning his plans to seek for other alliances if the British government will continue to ignore them. It states that the Anguillan economy faces various problems including its lack of tourists, natural...

  • Economically Sound.
    Parker, Philip M. // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Apr2006, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p8 

    Offers information on the economy of Anguilla. Increase in visitor arrivals in the country in 2006; Factor that bolsters both private and public sector developments; Trade deficit of the country in 2005; Increase in the price of oil; Estimate on economic growth in the country.

  • Central America and Caribbean: Anguilla.
    Parker, Philip M. // Electrical Utilities of the World; 2002, p785 

    The article focuses on the electric power industry in Anguilla with reference to the island's economic conditions. Before 1975, the Valley area was the only region that was electrified but there has been a rapid expansion in the consumption of electricity since 1989. Now, there are 11 units of...

  • CIA: The World Factbook: Anguilla.
    Parker, Philip M. // CIA World Fact Book; 2009, p22 

    The article provides a country profile of Anguilla, with details on the country's background, geography and population. It presents information on the country's government and politics including its legal system, administrative divisions and major political parties. It also indicates its...

  • Country: Anguilla.
    Parker, Philip M. // 1990 CIA World Factbook; 3/1/2006, p47 

    The article presents information about the political and economic conditions in Anguilla. Details are presented on the political parties and elections held in the country. Information about the country's gross domestic product (GDP), exports and imports, industrial production, agriculture and...

  • CIA: The World Factbook: Anguilla.
    Parker, Philip M. // CIA World Fact Book; 2011, p24 

    The article offers various facts on Anguilla as of 2011 including its economy, government, and transportation. It states that its estimated gross domestic product (GDP) real growth rate in 2009 was -8.5%. It says that Queen Elizabeth II is the chief of state since February 6, 1952. It adds that...

  • CIA - The World Factbook -- Anguilla.
    Parker, Philip M. // CIA World Fact Book; 2008, p1 

    This article provides information on Anguilla. It is located in Caribbean, islands between the Caribbean Sea and North Atlantic Ocean, east of Puerto Rico. As of July 2007, the estimated population was 13,677. Religions include Anglican, Methodism, Protestantism and Roman Catholicism. This entry...

  • Anguilla Government.
    Parker, Philip M. // 1992 CIA World Factbook; 3/1/2006, p37 

    A chapter of the book "The World Factbook 1992" is presented. It provides a political overview of Anguilla, which is a dependent territory of Great Britain. Its legal system is based on English common law. It emphasizes that its executive branch are British monarch, governor, chief minister,...

  • Anguilla Economy.
    Parker, Philip M. // 1992 CIA World Factbook; 3/1/2006, p38 

    A chapter of the book "The World Factbook 1992" is presented. It provides an economic overview for Anguilla, which mainly depends on lobster fishing, offshore banking, tourism, and remittances from emigrants. Its revenue as of 1992 is $13.8 million, and expenditures of $15.2 million, including...

  • Anguilla Defense Forces.
    Parker, Philip M. // 1992 CIA World Factbook; 3/1/2006, p39 

    A chapter of the book "The World Factbook 1992" is presented. It offers information regarding the defense forces of Anguilla. It emphasizes that the country's armed forces is a sole responsibility of the armed forces of Great Britain, because of the reason that it mainly depends on the British...

  • CIA - The World Factbook -- Anguilla.
    Parker, Philip M. // CIA World Fact Book; 2007, p8 

    An encyclopedia entry for Anguilla is presented. Anguilla is one of the islands in the Caribbean, between the Caribbean Sea and North Atlantic Ocean. Its climate is tropical and its terrain is flat. As of July 2006, its estimated population is 13,477. Since February 6, 1952, its chief of state...

  • CIA: The World Factbook 2000: Anguilla.
    Parker, Philip M. // CIA World Fact Book; 2000, p115 

    Presents information about Anguilla as of the year 2000. Geography; Population and demographic data; Governmental, political and legislative information; Economy; Communication; Transportation; Military; Geopolitics and international relations.

  • CIA: The World Factbook: Anguilla.
    Parker, Philip M. // CIA World Fact Book; 2001, p96 

    Presents information about Anguilla as of the year 2001. Geography; Population and demographic data; Governmental, political and legislative information; Economy; Communication; Transportation; Military; Geopolitics and international relations.

  • CIA: The World Factbook 2000: Anguilla.
    Parker, Philip M. // CIA World Fact Book; 2002, p124 

    Presents information about Anguilla as of the year 2002.Geography; Population and demographic data; Governmental, political and legislative information; Economy; Communication; Transportation; Military; Geopolitics and international relations.

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