Trinidad and Tobago is a Caribbean island nation situated at north-east of the coast of Venezuela. It’s wealth based on petroleum and petrochemicals. People of Indian and African make up almost 80% of the population, while the rest of them mixed race with small European, Chinese, and Syrian-Lebanese minorities. Trinidad and Tobago are famed for its pre-Lenten Carnival and as the origin of steel pan and limbo. Trinidad’s East Indian society came to the isle with indentured servants brought to fill a labor lack created by the liberation of the African slaves in 1833. Most remained on the land, and they still control the farming sector, but many have to turn into famous in business and the professions.
It covers a total area of TRINIDAD & TOBAGO by the recent 2018 is 5,130 square kilometer (1,981 sq mi). It is also the fifth-largest in the West Indies. The weather of Trinidad and Tobago is tropical, warm anually, with limited seasonal change. The highest temperatures hover within 32 °C and 34 °C from the coolest to the most heated months. September and October are the most heated months, and January and February the least warm. Luckily, the northeasterly trade winds blow all year round, increasing the temperature. The islets forming the archipelago of ( Trinidad and Tobago) are the two primary islets of a similar name, plus some minor islands are situated just north-east of the coast of Venezuela. They are the southernmost of the Lesser Antilles. However, some geographers said the Lesser Antilles because of their odd position, together with Barbados.
The total population of reached 1,353,895 in 2016 according to the Central Statistical Data. According to the UN Data, the population density in 2019 is 271.9 people per square kilometer. The life expectancy at birth of male was 69.8 years and female are 75.2 years. The sex ratio is 97.6 males per 100 females.
The official language of Trinidad & Tobago is English. Other Hindustani (Hindi-Urdu) and Chinese (Mandarin-Min) languages are more popular among Indo-Trinidadian & Tobagonians and Chinese. Yao and Karina are the Indigenous languages.
The foremost Caribbean producer of oil and gas, has earned a reputation as an excellent investment site for global businesses. Tourism is a growing sector, though not proportionately as significant as in many other Caribbean islands. The wealth benefits from low inflation and a rising trade surplus. Trinidad and Tobago GDP nominal of 2018 has $23.808 Billion. It takes 114 positions on world GDP. It has GDP per Capita of $15,950 (2018). The overall GDP share of the world 0.03%. Distant direct asset continues to grow to hold extended capacity in the energy sector.