marshall islands



  1. COUNTRY: Marshall Islands
  2. CAPITAL: Majuro
  3. GDP GROWTH RATE: 6.5% Growth Rate
  5. MAJOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS: Marshall Islands International Airport 
  6. MAJOR SEAPORTS: Majuro, Delap Dock, Ebeye Dock, Uliga Dock,
  7. RAIL AND ROADWAYS: Marshall Islands is a series of 29 Coral Atolls made up of 1156 Islands. The sealed road network exists only on the main islands of Majuro, Kwajalein (US Base with Bucholt Airport) and Ebeye with over 50 of the nation’s 65 Kms of sealed road on Majuro. Roads are mostly unpaved and are made up of coral laterite. Many islands have no or few  vehicles and therefore no vehicular roads. Transport around the outer islands is usually by walking track with goods being moved by wheel barrows or push carts on the smaller atolls with larger atolls having one tome pickups Sealed roads are in generally average condition. Drainage exists but is poorly maintained thereby creating large puddles of water after rain. On the main Island of Majuro traffic is essentially a single lane each way with traffic looping back once the end of the road is reached. Taxis make up 50 % of the vehicle traffic. No Railways
  8. EXPORT GOODS: The top exports of Marshall Islands are Passenger and Cargo Ships ($852M), Non-fillet Frozen Fish ($83.2M), Recreational Boats ($56.6M), Broadcasting Equipment ($33.9M), and Coal Tar Oil ($20.2M)
  9. EXPORT PARTNERS: exporting mostly to Poland ($311M), Denmark ($205M), South Korea ($139M), Indonesia ($111M), and Cyprus ($65.8M)
  10. IMPORT GOODS: The top imports of Marshall Islands are Passenger and Cargo Ships ($6.92B), Refined Petroleum ($870M), Centrifuges ($192M), Recreational Boats ($192M), and Boat Propellers ($168M),
  11. IMPORT PARTNERS: importing mostly from South Korea ($3.44B), China ($2.38B), Japan($1.31B), Brazil ($216M), and Thailand ($189M).