Trinidad and Tobago's Macroeconomic Prospects, Forecast to 2022

Trinidad and Tobago Expected to Emerge from Recession with 1.5% GDP Growth in 2018

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This study explores Trinidad and Tobago’s macroeconomic prospects in regards to gross domestic product (GDP) growth, monetary and fiscal policy, while also specifically covering recently implemented vehicle tax reforms. The vehicle tax reforms were announced along with other fiscal reforms during the 2018 budget statement speech.In regards to GDP growth, the country registered negative annual growth rates in 2016 and 2017. A turnaround is expected in 2018, with Trinidad and Tobago expected to emerge from its recession with expected 1.5% growth. In fact, the energy sector started to pick up in the second half of 2017 with start of production from the Juniper gas project. Structural reforms to improve the busin

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