Dominica (March 2006), Antigua and Barbuda (January 2007), St. Vincent and the Grenadines (May 2007), Grenada (February 2010), St. Kitts and Nevis (November 2010), St. Lucia (October 2012). In Anguilla in 2012, CARTAC provided support with its preparations for the introduction of a Goods and Services Tax in 2014. The government is considering a broad-based GST/VAT, possibly to be implemented in two phases – Limited VAT in 2021 and full VAT in 2023/4.
FMC – Financial Management in the Caribbean program financed by Canada and executed by the Fiscal Affairs Department (FAD).
Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, St Lucia and St Vincent and The Grenadines conduct VES on an ongoing basis and results are incorporated in their balance of payments. St Kitts and Nevis conducted a VES in 2016 and its indicators are updated every year to compile visitor expenditure estimates in the balance of payments. It is noteworthy that tourism expenditure compiled in travel services exports was largely underestimated in the former balance of payments statistics of most ECCU member countries, given the lack of up-to-date indicators from VESs.