Trinidad and Tobago is wealthy and stable; however, it is held back by a weak judiciary and high levels of corruption. Real GDP growth should return to the economy in 2021, after the deleterious effect that the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic had in 2020, but oil and gas reserves will soon expire. The islands have an abundant, English-speaking workforce, but the population is set to decline after 2028. There is much opportunity for growth in the expanding telecommunications sector.
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