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Wednesday, April 26 2017 @ 07:55 AM AST

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Cayman National dividend payout up 50%

At its annual general meeting (AGM) held on March 16, 2017, the Board of Directors of Cayman National Corporation Ltd. (CSX: CNC) KY recommended a final dividend of five cents per share (CI$0.05) be paid to shareholders, (with an interim dividend of CI$0.05 per share having already been paid on October 12, 2016). At the AGM, shareholders approved payment of that final dividend. The final dividend will be paid to shareholders on April 11, 2017 to shareholders of record as at March 31, 2017.


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Cayman Islands starts tyre-recycling business

The shredding of more than half a million stockpiled tyres began officially at George Town landfill this morning (Tuesday, 21 March 2017).

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RBC, Scotiabank, FirstCaribbean, Butterfield serve notice to bad debtors in Cayman

Five parcels of land now under threat of foreclosure in Cayman

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Women gone missing, found dead

Starting a new log of girls gone missing, abducted, raped, or murdered

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Aruba non-performing loans rate improving, Central Bank says



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Trinidad & Tobago Govt withdraws US$251 million from its sovereign wealth fund

Finance Minister Colm Imbert (below right) skipped Parliament today.

Prime Minister Keith Rowley (below left) said nothing to reporters at post-Cabinet media briefing yesterday (March 16, 2017).
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Sint Maarten inflation fell to 0.1% in 2016 vs 0.3% in 2015

Bi-monthly price index up slightly but annual inflation trending downwards The Consumer Price Index for Sint Maarten has increased in the month of December 2016 by 0.2 percent compared to that of October 2016.

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What do you know about the Consumer Affairs Division?


Trade & Industry Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon takes a 'we-fie' with participants of the 'What you know about Consumer Affairs Division (CAD)' game.

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Trinidad & Tobago spent US$325.56 million to join CAF, can now borrow US$300 million

Trinidad and Tobago can now borrow US$300 million from CAF, after spending US$325.56 million to join it.

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Bermuda, Mexico sign Mou to promote each other's tourism

The Governments of Bermuda and Mexico have signed an agreement to cooperate in the development and promotion of each country’s tourism market, the Bermuda Government said in a March 14 statement.