Foreign direct investment in Grenada, as measured by net inflows as a percentage of GDP, has seen a drop from the 20.49 % in 2007 to only 7.68% in 2010 (WTO, 2011). Current levels are near those of 1995, coinciding with the sharp constriction of foreign markets resulting from “The Global Great Recession”. A number of as of yet unaccounted for large foreign investments into the tourism industry (Sandals $100 million USD investment in LaSource) may result in a dynamic reversal of the investment trend seen up to 2010, however, given the speculative failure of two major developments in 2013 (Levera Beach and Mt. Hartman development), the net result may be a wash (Caribbeane 360, 2012) (Benjamin, 2013) (Ferguson, 2009).