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Tuesday, October 24 2017 @ 05:25 AM AST

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Look wha' yuh Ghana'n do

Public Utilities Ministry back under Prime Minister as appointee turns out to be Ghanaian

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Trinidad & Tobago, Cuba talk migration, human trafficking today and tomorrow

The first Round of Conversations on Migration Cuba - Trinidad & Tobago takes place today and tomorrow, Cuba's Foreign Affairs Ministry said in a release yesterday.
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Where is the U.S. economy heading? STIFEL forecast

Russ and Murray sent out Lindsey Piegza’s updated Economic Forecast Grid this morning:

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We parang de right house

Trinidad & Tobago's Malick Folk Performers entertain the elderly at Barbados senior citizens' home

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The Bahamas spared downgrade, now higher rated than Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago, junk-rated at Moody's, lost its ability to say it was the highest rated member of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) in April this year when it was downgraded to Ba1 from Baa3.

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Bachelet in Barbados

Key takeaways from Chilean President Michelle Bachelet's trip to Barbados and St Lucia as tensions between Caracas and Washington rise.

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Grenadian debt collector wins banking scholarship

The Caribbean Association of Banks (CAB) today announced in a press release the winner of a 100% Scholarship award to Grenada Co-operative Bank Recoveries and Collections Officer Daniella Mc Sween to pursue the Chartered Banker MBA programme with UK Business School, the Bangor University.