Trinidad and Tobago is a country in the Caribbean, consisting of two different islands: Trinidad and Tobago. Country is located between The islands of the Caribbean, the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean in the northeast of Venezuela. Its Area is 5.128 km2. The Capital is Port of Spain.
Cities in Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago Area Code: +1
Trinidad and Tobago's Currency: Trinidad and Tobago dollar.
Port of Spain, San Fernando.
The Economy of Trinidad and Tobago
In Trinidad and Tobago, economics is mainly based on oil. Oil accounts for 40% of the national income and approximately 80% of the total trade. Oil is extracted from the coastal coasts of Paria Bay in South Trinidad. In addition, oil is imported from Venezuela to be refined in refineries. The main industrial products are petroleum, petrochemical products, iron-steel, sun fertilizer, sugar, plastic and methyl alcohol. There are also motor vehicle and television assembly factories.
A small percentage of the population (10%) is engaged in agriculture and ranks first among sugarcane trade crops. Other important plants are cocoa, citrus fruits, bananas and coffee.
The industrial plants of the country except for oil are related to chrome, cement and tourism. Tourism is growing. There are many luxury hotels in Trinidad. The island of Trinidad is 6400 m long. There is a 175 km railway linking the city of Port of Spain to the eastern and western towns. Airlines and sea routes are in good condition.
Products exported by Trinidad and Tobago
The main export products are oil and petroleum products, sugar, cocoa, iron-steel, sun fertilizer, citrus fruits, cement and asphalt.
Trinidad and Tobago's Import Products
The main import goods are crude oil, vehicles, machinery, finished goods and food.
Countries where Trinidad and Tobago exports
Most of the goods are also exported to the USA and the Netherlands.
Countries that Trinidad and Tobago Imports
Trinidad and Tobago imports most of its imports from Saudi Arabia, the US and the UK.
Living Nations in Trinidad and Tobago
About 47% of the population is of African descent. The remaining 35% are East Indian, 3% European, 1% Chinese and 14% hybrid.
Languages spoken in Trinidad and Tobago
Official language is English.