Find Economic Development expertise in Antigua and Barbuda

The Antigua & Barbuda Investment Authority (ABIA) was founded by the government to encourage foreign investors, as well as local ones, to choose the country as a business location and to promote its economic power in general. Special emphasis is placed on investment facilitation, as the ABIA provides aftercare services and monitoring activities for already established investors. The World Bank’s Doing Business study states that Antigua and Barbuda is a suitable country for foreign investment, as it comes out 29th out of 183 in the category “Protecting Investors”. The economically important Bank of Antigua closed down in 2009, but a variety of financial institutions like the Antigua and Barbuda-based Global Bank of Commerce Ltd.(GBC) and the Antigua Commercial Bank (ACB) continue to assist the country’s economic development.

Economic Development Agencies organisations in Antigua and Barbuda
Antigua & Barbuda Investment Authority
Antigua Cricket Association
Industrial Development Board
Overseas Development Trust Corporation
Phillips Archibald
St Johns Development Corporation