April 2001
Background Notes on Countries of the World 2003;Apr2001 Grenada, p1
Country Report
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Presents background information on the country of Grenada. Geography; Population; Demography; Type of government; History; Economic indicators; Government and political conditions; Foreign relations; Relations with the United States.


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