In 2011, Grenada had a population estimated at around 110,000 people. Its economy was largely reliant on services, agriculture and exports, with some of its main exports including nutmeg, mace and cocoa. Foreign relations in 2011 were marked by strong ties to other Caribbean countries as well as to the United States and Canada. Politically, the country was a unitary parliamentary republic ruled by Prime Minister Tillman Thomas since 2008. The prime minister was assisted by his cabinet and the Parliament which is composed of one chamber; the House of Representatives. In 2011, Grenada held its general election in July that year and re-elected Prime Minister Tillman Thomas with 52% of the vote. See mathgeneral for Grenada in the year of 2017.
Grenada. In connection with the 50th anniversary of the cruise ship Bianca C sinking outside Grenada, a new addition to the world’s first underwater sculpture park was commissioned: a copy of the statue “The Depth of Christ”. According to Countryaah official site, the original statue was a gift from the shipping company that owned the ship and wanted to thank the grenadiers for saving the 600 people on board when a fire broke out. Bianca C is the largest wreck in the Caribbean and, just like the sculpture park, attracts many divers to the country. Visit ABBREVIATIONFINDER for the acronym of GRD that stands for the country of Grenada.