The Caribbean Islands is located to the South-east of North America, to the East of Central America and to the North of South America. By worldwide standards, Caribbean Islands are prosperous when it comes to talking about natural resources. The unique economies of the Caribbean islands are normally clear to free trade. While the export roots are fairly restricted, many islands are starting to diversify their industries for more profits and growth. Sugar, bananas, eggplant and flowers are shipped from many other islands and other crops are still grown solely for domestic use only. The crops so grown are restricted to be used by citizens. The distillation and large-scale export of rum which is a well-known island product, takes place on most islands that are rich in sugarcane agriculture.
The islands of Antigua & Barbuda is situated in the heart of the Caribbean. Antigua and Barbuda is the 9th vastest country by size in the Caribbean and homes a population of approximately 91,295 people which is a fairly good number as compared to the area.
Saint Lucia, another popular place of living, has the best-positioned citizenship by investment program in the The Caribbean. Vital, discerning and fascinating, Saint Lucia proposes all the tropical advantages of the region while staying exclusive and distinct.