East Caribbean Federation
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OTL equivalent: Caribbean Islands from Anguilla south to Trinidad, including Barbados
No flag
Flag of ECF
Capital Castries
Largest city Port of Spain
  others Spanish, French, Dutch
President Keith Rowley
Prime Minister Elliott Belgrave
Area 9,793 km²
Population 3,124,000 
Independence Various
Currency Caribbean Dollar

Originally, the islands of the Eastern Caribbean were colonial possessions of England, Spain, France and the Netherlands. However, as they all gained their independence during the mid 20th century, they realized that the best way for them to survive (none of them having a strong economy alone) was to band together. Thus the idea of federation was born. Today, the islands survive from an economy based on tourism, as well as the export of seafood, rum, and sugar.

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