St. Lucia : Statistical Annex.

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International Monetary Fund [Browse]
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Book
Language
English
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Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 1999.
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1 online resource (48 pages)

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This paper reviews economic development in St. Lucia during 1993–98. Economic performance weakened in St. Lucia during 1995–97. Real GDP growth declined to an average of about 2½ percent a year during this period, after averaging more than 6 percent over the previous 10-year period. A key element in this decline was the contraction in banana production by one-third, to 71,000 tons in 1997. Brisk growth in tourism offset this decline to some extent, with annual average real earnings increasing by more than 6 percent.
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  • 1-4623-4735-5
  • 1-4527-2443-1
  • 1-280-98070-2
  • 1-4639-0541-6
  • 9786613752314
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