Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. According to COUNTRYAAH, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines has a population of 110,210 (2018). Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves did a minor refurbishment in his government at the beginning of the year, when two ministers were replaced. In May it was announced that the country had withdrawn from the fight for a seat in the UN Security Council 2011-12. According to softwareleverage, the reason was that two of the 14 members of the Caribbean cooperation body CARICOM did not want to support their candidacy. Instead, the government decided to set its sights on a place in the Security Council 2020.
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|Gross domestic product (GDP)||$ 1,265,000,000|
|GDP growth rate||0.70%|
|GDP per capita||$ 11,500|
|GDP by sector|
|Proportion of the population below the national poverty line||–|
|Distribution of household income|
|Top 10%||k. A.|
|Lower 10%||k. A.|
|Industrial production growth rate||2.30%|
|National debt||73.80% of GDP|
|Foreign exchange reserves||160,000,000 USD|
|Number of visitors||71,000|