US Virgin Islands is a collection of islands in the Caribbean Sea. The US Virgin Islands is made up of 9 main islands and 75 small islands and discovered in 1493 by Columbus. Sixteen of these Virgin Islands were inhabited by Caribbean Indians from England in 1666. The other three main islands (St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John) and 50 islets were controlled by Denmark. In 1917, he bought US Virgin Islands for $ 25 million from Denmark. In 1927, the US congress granted the citizens of the Virgin Islands citizenship. In 1936, everyone was taught English. The inhabitants of the Virgin Islands chose their first governor in 1970. Tourism is the main economic source of the Virgin Islands. The goods produced in the Virgin Islands can enter the US tax-free. The Capital is Charlotte Amalie
Economy of the United States Virgin Islands
United States Virgin Islands Phone Number: +1
Currency of the United States Virgin Islands: US Dollar
Cities of the United States Virgin Islands: St. Thomas, St. Thomas. Croix, Christiansted and Charlotte Amalie ...
Tourism, trade, other services and rum production are the main economic activities that meet most of the US Virgin Islands. The island usually visits cruise ships and takes 2.5 to 3 million tourists a year. The islands are vulnerable to damage from storms, as evidenced by the destruction of two large hurricanes in 2017.
United States Virgin Islands Export Products
The agricultural sector is small and most of the food is imported. In 2016, government spending (both federally and regionally) accounted for approximately 27% of GDP, while exports of goods and services, including tourists' expenditures, amounted to about 47%
United States Virgin Islands Imports Products
Food, consumer goods, construction materials.
Countries United States Virgin Islands Exports to
United States Virgin Islands Import Countries
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74% of the population is western Indian, 13% American, 5% Puerto Rican, and 8% other ethnicities.
United States Virgin Islands Spoken Languages
Official language; Spanish and French are also spoken.