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Danish West Indies
Capital: Charlotte Amalie
Tourism is the primary economic activity, accounting for 80% of GDP and employment. The islands hosted 2.4 million visitors in 2008. The manufacturing sector consists of petroleum refining, rum distilling, textiles, electronics, pharmaceuticals, and watch assembly. One of the world's largest petroleum refineries is at Saint Croix. The agricultural sector is small, with most food being imported. International business and financial services are small but growing components of the economy. The islands are vulnerable to substantial damage from storms. The government is working to improve fiscal discipline, to support construction projects in the private sector, to expand tourist facilities, to reduce crime, and to protect the environment.
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Danish-West-Indies P4r 10-Dalare 1849
10 Dalare Danish-West-Indies's Banknote (Front)
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Date: 1849
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Danish West Indies Banknote P4r 10-Dalare 1849
10 Dalare Danish-West-Indies's Banknote (Back)
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Date: 1849
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10 Dalare P4r 1849
Danish-West-Indies P8r 2-Dalere 1889
2 Dalere Danish-West-Indies's Banknote (Front)
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Date: 1889
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2 Dalere P8r 1889
Danish-West-Indies P17 5-Francs 1905
5 Francs Danish-West-Indies's Banknote (Front)
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Date: 1905
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5 Francs P17 1905
Danish-West-Indies P20s 100-Francs 1905
100 Francs Danish-West-Indies's Banknote (Front)
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Date: 1905
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100 Francs P20s 1905
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