There are many languages spoken in the Caribbean. The main languages are: Spanish, Dutch, English, and French. However, many Portuguese/Creole languages are spoken in Bonaire, Aruba, and Curaçao. Several indigenous or mixtures of indigenous and European based languages are spoken throughout the Caribbean as well.
The Caribbean is famous for their cuisine. As the Caribbean is surrounded by the sea, the majority of their dishes will contain some form of seafood. Tropical fruits such as plantains also play a large role in their food. Whether it is the Griot from Haiti or the Cou-Cou from Barbados, visitors to the area will enjoy the vast array of local dishes.
The country reports in this category will include analysis and forecasts on political risk, macroeconomic trends, financial markets and the business environment, and global market views. With research on the Caribbean this in-depth and comprehensive, you’ll be hearing the steel drums of the Caribbean in your dreams at night.