Trinidad and Tobago–United Kingdom relations

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Trinidad and Tobago – United Kingdom relations
Map indicating locations of Trinidad and Tobago and United Kingdom

Trinidad and Tobago

United Kingdom

Trinidad and Tobago–British relations are foreign relations between Trinidad and Tobago and the United Kingdom. Trinidad and Tobago has a high commission in London. The United Kingdom has a high commission in Port of Spain. Both countries are full members of the Commonwealth of Nations. Since 1962, relations between the two countries have been mostly friendly and there are many areas in which both Trinidad and Tobago and the UK seek stronger ties for mutual benefit. There are also strong cultural and social ties between the two nations. In Trinidad and Tobago, English is one of the official languages, and Cricket is among the most popular sports. In the UK, Caribbean Carnival is hugely popular.

Economy[edit]

Trinidad and Tobago is the UK’s largest export market in the Caribbean. The country is the UK’s largest export market in the Caribbean. The UK is the sixth largest supplier.

Bilateral agreements[edit]

Date Agreement name Law ref. number Note
1983 Double Taxation Agreement[1] 1903

Diplomacy[edit]

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