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Sunday, June 25 2017 @ 11:32 PM AST

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Central Bank of The Bahamas appoints Australian as new bank inspector

Part of the new inspector's mandate will be to train a Bahamian for the job.

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Aruba economy poised to improve

The Aruba economy appears poised to improve, charts and trends released by the Central Bank of Aruba earlier this week said.

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Homes lost to coastal erosion in Trinidad

An unknown number of residents of a small village called Guayaguayare, situated near Mayaro along the south east coast of the Caribbean island of Trinidad, have lost their homes to coastal erosion, a government minister confirmed in Trinidad & Tobago's Senate yesterday.

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Caribbean Financial Action Task Force finds Haiti, Suriname made progress

The Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) May 2017 Plenary in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, recognised the two countries made significant progress addressing deficiencies identified previously.

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Air St Maarten becomes Caribbean's newest airline

Until Thursday when it received a permit from the Sint Maarten Government, SXM Airways (Air St Maarten) operated solely as a private jet charter and helicopter service from the Dutch Caribbean island.

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More tourists from Canada going to Bermuda


Cruise arrivals ticked down but the tourists who spend more on the island increased.

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Jamaica Govt: It was the airline's private security, not us, who pat down Ayanna

Trinidadian Minister Not Searched by Jamaican Immigration Authorities

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Only Colombia, Venezuela will borrow more



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Phoenix Park Gas Processors prices 42% higher

Natural gas liquids prices are recovering, National Gas Company of T&T (NGC) Chairman Gerry Brooks said in a statement last week (May 10).

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Simple solutions to forex woes

The solution to having more foreign exchange available is to eat what is grown here and grow what is eaten here.