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Tuesday, March 28 2017 @ 12:22 AM AST

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3 college girls from St Vincent & the Grenadines die in car crash in Barbados

Three community college girls from St Vincent & the Grenadines died in a car crash in Barbados on Sunday. Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart extended condolences, on behalf of the Government and people of Barbados, to St Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves, on the tragic loss of life of the three young women in a two-vehicle crash which occurred in Barbados on January 29.

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Caribbean nations still borrowing to spend beyond their means, but now from local investors

Unabated borrowing continues in the Eastern Caribbean and Trinidad and Tobago, documents from the Grenada Office of the Prime Minister, and the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago (CBTT) and the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB).

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Electricity rates across the Caribbean

From the Bahamas Central Bank, Jan. 31, 2017

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St Lucia woos tourists from Martinique with new 3 times/wk flight

The St Lucia Government announced in a statement yesterday:

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Barbados Hyatt to get building permit today

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The Bahamas fiscal deficit up, 2016 growth estimated at 0.3%



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Colombia borrows US$1.5 billion from CAF for three years



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Venezuela, Jamaica sign draft agreement to upgrade Kingston refinery



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The Bahamas raised US$3 million at 5.4%

The Central Bank of The Bahamas released to the secondary market a portion of its holdings in Bahamas Registered Stock 2036, the institution said in a notice yesterday.
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Tourism, financial services, rum are Barbados main businesses

Delivering the feature address at the Deighton Griffith Secondary School Speech Day January 27, 2017, Barbados Central Bank Governor DeLisle Worrell said: