THIS CARIBBEAN ISLAND, with some much smaller islands located in the Windward Islands, has a land area of 132.8 sq. mi. (344 sq. km.), and a population of 103,000 (2005 est.). Grenada has a population density of 672.2 people per sq. mi. (259.5 people per sq. km.), making it 44th in the world in terms of population density. Some 15 percent of the land is arable, with a further 3 percent used for meadows or pasture. Unlike many other Caribbean islands, Grenada still relies heavily on agriculture; it is the second largest producer of nutmeg in the world, and agricultural output makes up some 90 percent of the exports from the country.

Government and Tourism

Since the 1990s, the Grenada government has been trying to increase ...

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