Establishing a company in Dominica
Dominica is a small island country in the Caribbean Sea, one of the southwest islands in the area. It is situated between Guadeloupe to the north, Martinique to the south, and not far from the Venezuelan coast of South America. The great explorer Christopher Columbus gave the island its name when his fleet landed there in 1493. For many years Britain controlled the island, although it is now part of the Commonwealth. Its official language is English, a fact that facilitates establishing a company there. Its capital is Roseau, it spans a tiny acreage of only 750 square kilometers, has only 72,500 residents, and maintains the East Caribbean dollar as its local currency along with seven other members of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States.