St. Kitts and Nevis Crowned the Caribbean’s Foreign Investment Capital

23 June 2015
Becky Welch

Based on the most recent Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) report from the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, St. Kitts and Nevis ranked #1 – topping the list at $2,214.39 FDI per capita. These really are little islands with a lot on offer.

 

The Caribbean’s smallest sovereign country brought in $120 million in FDI last year, which equates to about $2,214 per citizen. This was followed by Antigua and Barbuda, which brought in $167 million last year.

 

The lowest FDI/capita countries were the Dominican Republic, at $212.40 per citizen, Haiti, with $9.59 per citizen and Suriname, $7.42 per citizen.

 

Read the full article on the Caribbean Journal here.

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