Grenada 2007

Grenada 2007

North and Central America
According to ezinereligion, in 2007, Grenada had a population of approximately 100,000 people. Grenada's economy was heavily reliant on tourism and its agricultural sector, which produced nutmeg and cocoa. The country also relied on remittances from citizens living abroad. Foreign relations were mainly with the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) states, the United States and Canada. In terms of politics in 2007, Grenada was a parliamentary democracy headed by Prime Minister Keith Mitchell who led the New National Party (NNP). The NNP held a majority of 15 seats in the House of Representatives as well as control of the Senate. The main opposition party was the National Democratic Congress (NDC) led by Tillman Thomas. Yearbook 2007 Grenada. According to CountryAAH, Saint George‚Äôs is the capital city of Grenada. The many legal trips…
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