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Friday, August 18 2017 @ 02:50 AM AST

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Cuban migrant attempts to escape Cayman Islands' Immigration Detention Centre



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Trinidad & Tobago holds overnight lending rate steady at 4.75%

* Economic activity remained subdued in Q1 2017, but higher rig days and more drilling expected to boost energy sector, the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago said today in the release to announce its overnight lending rate aka its Repo Rate.

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Human Rights Foundation: Venezuelans formed Barbados company to enable US$2b corruption

Human Rights Foundation: Venezuelans formed Barbados company to enable US$2b corruption

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Republic Financial Holdings 9-mth profit up 5.7% to $958.9 million

REPUBLIC FINANCIAL HOLDINGS LIMITED RECORDS $958.9 MILLION IN 9-MTH PROFITS

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Eastern Caribbean Central Bank posts first net profit in four years


Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) turns profit after three consecutive years of losses

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Japan donates US$1 million in equipment for Barbados' disaster preparedness



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Grenada debt repayments to skyrocket, IMF Working Paper suggests



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Canada is Sint Maarten's fastest growing tourism market

With the 2018 budget discussion upcoming in a few weeks, Minister of Tourism and Economic Affairs Mellissa Arrindell-Doncher is hoping to secure an increase in the tourism budget to meet the various goals of government as laid out in the governing program and re-invigorate St. Maarten’s tourism product,
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Bermuda names new Cabinet

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Dominican Republic starts IDB program to boost female leaders

The Dominican Republic's Ministry of the Woman, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the INCAE Business School yesterday launched a pilot program to train "Women Leaders Emerging in the Public Sector."