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Wednesday, April 26 2017 @ 07:55 AM AST

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Eastern Caribbean economy improved on increase tourism, US$ inflows



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Guyana gives The Bahamas its first State visit in 14 years

Surprising for such a beautiful country, but true.

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Jamaica Police using whatsapp to tackle sexual exploitation of children

By Peta Gay Rowe, JIS

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Barbados economy grew 1.6% in 2016 vs 0.8% in 2015

Excerpt from a statement by Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs Christopher Sinckler, at the press conference to discuss matters pertaining to Barbados’ economy on Monday, February 27, 2017, at Government Headquarters.

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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: http://news.co.tt/public_html/article...2111613264

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Curaçao economy sees zero growth, Sint Maarten contracts -0.3%

Growth remained flat in Curaçao caused by a decline in public sector activities, offsetting subdued private sector growth.

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Former Citibank VP: Petrotrin has $28b to get

At a time when State-owned Petrotrin needs money, former Citibank Vice President Ved Seereeram said in a telephone interview yesterday (Feb. 2), the reopening of an aborted attempt to recover a 20-year-old overcharge, could yield in excess of US$4.2 billion ($28.3 billion) for Petrotrin, excluding punitive damages.

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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

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Curacao re-insurer downgraded at S&P, withdraws



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Chevron: OPEC cuts make no difference in Venezuela

* Chevron doing fine in Venezuela