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Tuesday, March 28 2017 @ 12:22 AM AST

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Scotiabank: NAFTA boosted North American growth

While U.S. President Donald Trump threatens to impose a tax on imports from Mexico to build a border wall, another of Canada's largest banks has come out in defence of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) among Canada, the USA and Mexico.

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Jamaica Observer: FATCA hurting Caribbean, revoke it, Mr Trump

On the same day the Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BATT) called on the Parliamentary Opposition to support it, one of Jamaica's leading daily newspapers spoke out in its editorial against it.

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Curacao and Sint Maarten reserves up almost 3% in December

Reserves consistently climbed since 2013, from 3.3 months of import cover (as at December 2013) to 4.6 months (as at December 2016).

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Visitors from Venezuela to Aruba plummets

The Central Bank of Aruba reported Friday:

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Antigua & Barbuda to rehabilitate road for about $13m per km

At TT$8.46 per British pound sterling (), the 13.9 million grant from the United Kingdom, works out to TT$117,588,990.16. Covering approximately 8.7 km of road, that's about TT$13.5 million per km.

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Laying out the welcome mat is good for growth

Laying out the welcome mat is good for growth, RBC Economics said in research released yesterday.

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Fitch: The Trump Administration poses risks to global sovereigns

Canada, China, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua should take note.

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What is the population of Trinidad and Tobago? 1.4 million

Verbatim Government statement:

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Barbados Central Bank Governor calls on Govt to eliminate revenue deficit

Barbados Central Bank Governor Delisle Worrell called on the Government of Barbados to spend within its means and while he did not specifically say Government needed to cut jobs, his fellow panelist, UWI lecturer Winston Moore, did.

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It's whale watching season in Turks & Caicos

"Observing the migration of humpback whales is one of the many fantastic activities the Turks and Caicos has to offer and reason enough to pay us a visit between January and April, which is when they visit us": Government of Turks & Caicos