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Dominica
Capital: Roseau
The Dominican economy has been dependent on agriculture - primarily bananas - in years past, but increasingly has been driven by tourism as the government seeks to promote Dominica as an "ecotourism" destination. Moreover, Dominica has successfully developed an offshore medical education sector. In order to diversify the island's economy, the government is also attempting to develop an offshore financial sector and plans to sign agreements with the private sector to develop geothermal energy resources. In 2003, the government began a comprehensive restructuring of the economy - including elimination of price controls, privatization of the state banana company, and tax increases - to address an economic and financial crisis and to meet IMF requirements. Hurricane Dean struck the island in A more info »
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Dominica P-42 5-Dollars 2004
5 Dollars Dominica's Banknote (Front)
Pick#: P-42
Date: 2004
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Scan donated by Luis Pedroso
Dominica Banknote P-42 5-Dollars 2004
5 Dollars Dominica's Banknote (Back)
Pick#: P-42
Date: 2004
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Scan donated by Luis Pedroso
5 Dollars P-42 2004
Dominica P-NL 50-Pence 1994
50 Pence Dominica's Banknote (Front)
Pick#: P-NL
Date: 1994
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Dominica 1994 50 Pence postal order. 1st. of November 1994. Issued in the Money Orders Department of the G.P.O. in Roseau. Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at left. Seated lion symbol in the underprint. - Scan donated by Aidan Work
Dominica Banknote P-NL 50-Pence 1994
50 Pence Dominica's Banknote (Back)
Pick#: P-NL
Date: 1994
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Regulations. - Scan donated by Aidan Work
50 Pence P-NL 1994
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