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India–Trinidad and Tobago relations

Indo-Trinbago relations
Map indicating locations of India and Trinidad and Tobago

India

Trinidad and Tobago

The bilateral relations between the Republic of India and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago have considerably expanded in recent years with both nations building strategic and commercial ties. Both nations formally established diplomatic relations in 1962.[1]

Background

Both nations were colonised by the British Empire; India supported independence of Trinidad and Tobago from colonial rule and established its diplomatic mission in 1962 - the year that Trinidad and Tobago officially gained independence from British rule. They possess diverse natural and economic resources and are the largest economies in their respective regions. Both are members of the Commonwealth of Nations, G-77 and the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM).

Migration

To Trinidad and Tobago

The relationship between India and Trinidad & Tobago started on 30 May 1845, when the first ship ‘‘Fatel Razack’’ to bring 225 indentured labourers to Trinidad from India. Today, 42% of Trinidad and Tobago's population are Ethnic Indians.[2]

Recent relations

In 2010, Indian nationals can now travel to Trinidad and Tobago without a visa and can visit up to 90 days.[3]

Bilateral agreements

Date Agreement name Law ref. number Note
1985 Cooperation in Science and Technology[2]
1987 Cultural Cooperation Agreement[2]
1999 Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement[2]
February 2003 Political, Economic, Scientific, Technological and Cultural Cooperation[2]
2007 Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (BIPPA)[2]

Indian Business companies in Trinidad and Tobago

Diplomacy

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.hctt.net/about-br.asp?links=br
  2. ^ a b c d e f http://hcipos.net/hci/images/stories/PDF/tt-bilateral-relations.pdf
  3. ^ http://www.trinidadexpress.com/news/Free_entry_for_Indians__Russians-112696514.html

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