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Trade in Grenada

Grenada was the world’s 156th largest exporter of goods and 120th largest exporter of commercial services in 2021. Export values were $35 and $343 million USD respectively. Grenada’s top export category was agricultural products, followed by manufactures, and fuels and mining products. In 2020, Grenada’s main export destination markets for goods and services trade were to the United States, Trinidad and Tobago and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. In terms of imports, Grenada is the world’s 65th largest importer of goods and 135th largest importer of commercial services. Import values were $447 and $241 million USD respectively in 2021. Grenada’s top import category was manufactures, followed by agricultural products and fuels and mining products. Leading import partners were the United States, Trinidad and Tobago and Cayman Islands. Grenada is part of 3 different Regional Trade Agreements, such as Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM),  and EU – CARIFORUM States.
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General Information

This section includes general information on the economy, legal system, official languages and links to additional demographic information.

Official Name

Grenada

Abbreviation

GD

Capital

St. George's

WTO Membership Date

22 February 1996

Legal System

common law based on English model

Language

English

Number of Time Zone(s)

1

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Financial Information

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Currency

Eastern Caribbean dollar

Exchange Rate

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Contact Information

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Business Support Organizations

SPS Enquiry Points

Sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) enquiry points are government agencies designated to answer questions about trade requirements.

TBT Enquiry Points

Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) enquiry points are government agencies designated to answer questions about trade requirements.
  • Grenada Bureau of Standards (GDBS)
    Phone: +(473) 440-5886; +(473)440 6783
    Website: http://www.gdbs.gd

    P.O. Box 2036
    Queen's Park
    St. George's

    [email protected]

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Last Reviewed: June, 2023

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