Antigua and Barbuda increasing trading opportunities through new services policy

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To increase Antigua and Barbuda’s trading opportunities with the EU and members of CARIFORUM, the twin island state has received funding through the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) Standby Facility to develop a services policy, intended to inform private sector development and enhance competitiveness. The project will lead to the creation of a more coordinated and strategic approach to developing Antigua and Barbuda’s services sector, and focuses on five areas: tourism, the creative industries, education services, yachting and information technology.