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LIAT stops Grenada, St Vincent, Port of Spain route

From Grenada's Government Information Service:

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U.S. Virgin Islands to balance budget by borrowing - US$292 million bond issue approved

U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) lawmakers yesterday approved the borrowing of US$292 million to balance the islands' budget as the authorities remain unable spend within the islands' means.

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FATCA - what's the big deal? Why you should be annoyed at the Opposition's brinkmanship

"Some take for granted the importance of foreign economies having access to the U.S. financial system. For the nations of the Caribbean region, access to U.S. correspondent banking relationships are essential to local economies, including paying for imported goods, processing credit cards of tourists, exchanging currencies, and receiving remittances from friends and families living in the United States and abroad. For us in the United States, these cross-border banking relationships maintain our connectivity to our neighbors to the south, facilitating economic development that is good for the United States as well as for Caribbean nations"
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Royal Dutch Shell calls on Trinidad & Tobago PM in August '16

Executives of London-listed Royal Dutch Shell (RDS), the world's sixth largest oil and gas company met with Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Dr Keith Rowley on August 24, 2016 in Port of Spain.

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Q3 2016 LNG cargos from Trinidad

The following are unconfirmed and based on marine traffic amid the dearth of LNG contract transparency. LNG re-sellers routinely buy from Trinidad at below-market prices and re-sell to the world, including, ironically, back to countries right here in the Caribbean.