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Tuesday, March 31 2015 @ 02:01 PM AST


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Sagicor net income soars 1702%, declares US$3.25 per share diividend

Undaunted by its December 30 S&P downgrade, the Sagicor Group had a solid year's performance, recording net income for the year of US$73.9 million, compared to US$4.1 million for 2013. Sagicor released its results on the London Stock Exchange this morning.

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IMF disburses another US$39 million to Jamaica

Saying the Jamaican government's commitment to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) program, under the Extended Fund Facility started in May 2013, remains strong, the IMF today approved another US$39 million for the Caribbean nation.

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Oil prices will continue to fall, new IDB study shows, impact on Trinidad & Tobago economy included

Real oil prices will stay around 2005 level through 2017, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) said in its 2015 Latin American and Caribbean Macroeconomic Report released yesteday under the title: "The Labyrinth: How Can Latin America and the Caribbean Navigate the Global Economy."

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Trinidad & Tobago's NGC pays $700m or 70% to contractor after 45% work done: Express

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Curacao needs to facilitate financing for large investment projects: Central Bank Governor

How can we shape a better future for the Curaçao tourism industry?

A speech by Dr. Emsley Tromp, President of the Centrale Bank van Curaçao en Sint Maarten
On the occasion of the annual general meeting organized by the Curaçao Hospitality and Tourism Association
March 25, 2015