Antony O'Loughlin, Charlie Sosna and Sarah Cubacub contribute to offshoreinvestment.com. The British Virgin Islands (BVI) economy has expanded over the past four decades and currently maintains a high degree of political and social stability. It has a present-day per capita income of USD26,903 that is only surpassed in the Caribbean by the per capita incomes of the Bahamas, Bermuda and the Cayman Islands. Economic development has fostered radical demographic and social change, which has further fuelled the growth in BVI nationalist sentiment. To read the full article please click here.