ECCB projects 8.1% growth for Antigua’s economy in 2023

Data until September 2023 from the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank predicts 8.1 percent economic growth for Antigua & Barbuda by 2023.The outcome was 8.2% growth in 2021, 9.5 percent in 2022, and 8.1% growth in 2023, unsurpassed by any nation save Guyana with its recent oil and gas extraction. “My government is proud to have led our country and people with courage and vision, benefiting their interests, wellbeing, and progress,” he said.

In his budget address, Prime Minister Gaston Browne noted the country’s development.

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