• 29 May 2015
  • Michele Robinson
  • Pages: 84
An increase in external shocks, international terrorism and natural disasters over the past two decades has led to unsustainable debt burdens in small and vulnerable states, resulting in debt restructuring programmes. This paper highlights the...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics analyses small states' trade with developing countries and discusses the way forward. Due to unavailability of data on bilateral trade in services, the analysis presented here focuses on merchandise goods.
Dominica is an island republic of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean, located between the French islands of Guadeloupe to the north and Martinique to the south. It covers 290 square miles and its population stands at 73,000.
Primary teachers in Dominica follow a two year certificate programme designed by the University of the West Indies Faculty of Education, Cave Hill, in collaboration with Eastern Caribbean teacher training colleges.
Dominica is the third largest island in the Commonwealth Caribbean (after Jamaica and Trinidad). It is 50 kilometres long and 27 kilometres wide, and has a mountainous topography. Dominica became a British colony in the 18th century.
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