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Trinidad and Tobago

Facts and stats about Trinidad and Tobago

1.23 million

Population. Ranked 158th in 2013.

$17,934.06

GDP per capita. Ranked 38th in 2012.

Largest city Port-of-Spain - 52,451
Capital city Port-of-Spain - 52,451
Major language English
Major religion Christianity, Hinduism, Islam
Monetary unit Trinidad and Tobago dollar
Prime minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar
Alternative names trinidad tobago, trinidad & tobago, trin. and tob., Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad And Tobago
Groups Christian countries, Former British colonies, Hot countries, Island countries, Latin America and Caribbean, World

Trinidad and Tobago Map

5,130 sq km

Sq. km. Ranked 160th in 2008.

Topics in Trinidad and Tobago
Map of Trinidad and Tobago
Map Of Trinidad and Tobago , Trinidad and Tobago [Shaded Relief Map ...

Interesting observations about Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago ranked second for primary education, duration > years amongst Hot countries in 2012.
Trinidad and Tobago ranked first for GDP > composition by sector > industry amongst Latin America and Caribbean in 2012.
Trinidad and Tobago ranked 15 places from the bottom for population amongst Former British colonies in 2013.
Trinidad and Tobago ranked second for climate change > CO2 emissions > metric tons per capita globally in 2010.
Trinidad and Tobago has had the highest CO2 emissions from manufacturing industries and construction > million metric tons per million since 2005.

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I looking for the latest information about the newest information concerning Triniadad and Tobago immigration. One point in particular is the new rule of France "you don't have to produce a visa to enter."

Posted on 18 Jan 2010

Davanand Singh

Davanand Singh

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A mediocre society trying to reach developed status and the evil that go with it!!! Instead T&T; is digressing to 4th world status if you get the point. Awful when you imagine that the people say that God is a Trinidadian.

Posted on 17 Jan 2010

NJS (Trinidad & Tobago)

NJS (Trinidad & Tobago)

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What is really going on in our Little Country, it is deaths upon deaths upon deaths with no hope of resolution to these crimes. What is the Minister waiting on, is he waiting until the Country is declared a state of emergency, i am scared to walk the streets in the daytime, to leave my doors or my windows open, it is like a game of hide and seek when you hear gun shots ringing off, Lord help us, because our law enforcers are useless, they too are corrupted criminals.

Posted on 15 Oct 2009

Natasha Clarke

Natasha Clarke

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Do not come to Trinidad it is full of crime from robberies to murder .Do not mess with the local at all .IF u have money they will kill you fast for it .If you want to find out what going on in Trinidad check with the local newspaper online before you visit .Nice country but the people are a little crazy.The country have money but the people are poor so PLEASE don't go around these people if you value your life .

Posted on 15 Sep 2009

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