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Curacao - guide chapters
Moving around in Netherlands Antilles - transportation
The most popular and common type of public transport within the island are buses. Nevertheless, there are some trips which shuttle between the islands using the services of a ferry link. In the Antilles, buses in general are in satisfactory condition. Some carriers equip their buses with air conditioners. The traffic interchange on each island is quite comfortable. The best quality road surface is located on the island of Barbados. Many tourists rent a car in order not to depend on public transportation and its corresponding schedule. The costs of these services are quite high in comparison with European countries. However, it enjoys no less popularity. It should be noted that all vehicles used in the Antilles are left hand driven. In order to drive a vehicle, it is necessary to have both an international driver’s license, as well as a separate local driver’s license which you can purchase in the country. You can also use the services of a taxi. The prices for transportation are fixed. They can be calculated by the taxi operator.
Economy roadmap of Netherlands Antilles
The main areas of industry are the ship repairing and light industry. A significant contribution to the economy is made by processing and transportation of petroleum and its derivative products. In recent years, the internal policy of the Antilles has been aimed at the maintenance and development of industry in order to strengthen the economic structure. The external debt of the country is about two and a half billion dollars. The unemployment rate as of 2016 is about 17%. It should be noted that there is a slow growth dynamics of these indicators. Most persons of working age are engaged in the service sectors. Less than one percent of citizens are involved in agriculture and about twenty percent of the citizenry work in the industrial sector.