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Thursday, April 27 2017 @ 10:20 PM AST

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Jamaica economy expected to keep growing thanks to construction, tourism, outsourcing, mining

"The FY17/18 budget tabled in Parliament targets a central government primary surplus of 7 percent of GDP": IMF in pres statement today. TRANSLATION: Jamaica is not spending more than it's earning (unlike Trinidad and Tobago).

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Jamaica Police using whatsapp to tackle sexual exploitation of children

By Peta Gay Rowe, JIS

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Standard & Poor's: U.S. Virgin Islands needs cash urgently

Below in the Standard & Poor's (S&P) press release is what happens when you keep spending beyond your means (racking up fiscal deficits) as the Trinidad and Tobago Government has been doing. To see what happens when you keep borrowing, visit:

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Bermuda forced to cut Health Ministry budget so it can service debt

Paying down the country's debt has become the most expensive item in the budget

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US$125 million in cocaine seized, 4 Guyanese to answer charges in U.S. Virgin Islands

A release from the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard (TTCG) said it was the result of a joint operation with the U.S. Coast Guard in international waters off the coast of Suriname