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Antigua and Barbuda, called the 'Land of 365 beaches', consists of two major islands and a number of small ones. Antigua and Barbuda is one of the seven independent states covered by the UN Multi-Country Office for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean and has fully committed to embracing the 2030 Agenda and achieving the 17 sustainable development goals (UN, 2020).

According to World Bank data from 10 July 2019, Antigua and Barbuda, Palau and Panama exceeded the high-income threshold in 2017 and 2018. In accordance with the DAC rules for revision of this List, if they remain high income countries until 2019, they will be proposed for graduation from the List in the 2020 review (OECD, 2020).

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