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271. New maritime university established in Jamaica
By Chris Patterson, JIS

272. Gasoline, diesel prices drop in Grenada
Only by a few cents but gasoline, diesel, kerosene and cooking gas prices have gone down in Grenada, according to the Office of the Prime Minister. Gasoline went down from EC$12.90 per gallon to EC$12.30 per gallon.

273. Jamaica to privatise horseracing track
In March 2016, the Government of Jamaica (GOJ) announced Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) as the Preferred Bidder for the privatisation of the horseracing and related operations carried out at the Caymanas Park Racetrack by Caymanas Track Limited (CTL) following a public tender and evaluation process, a GOJ release said yesterday ...

274. Barbados vacation home sales may be main fall ...
The following are the key takeaways from the Central Bank of Barbados Review of the Economy: January - June 2016

275. Bermuda's new 8-gate airport will be paid for ...
Bermuda's new 8-gate airport will be paid for by airport users, and not the Government, Deputy Premier and Minister of Finance E T Richards said today in a statement.

276. Barbados uses Jamaica to support its currency peg ...
In his monthly economic newsletter, Barbados Central Bank Governor DeLisle Worrell gave Jamaica as is example of why Barbados should be happy it stuck to its today 41-year-old currency peg to the United States dollar.

277. Moody's: Caribbean facing silent debt crisis
The Caribbean region has become one of the most indebted in the world, Moody's Investors Service said in a study released earlier this month (Feb. 2).

278. St Kitts & Nevis aims to build bridge ...
MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT IN THE CARIBBEAN

279. Shoreline stabilisation leads to economic growth, IDB study ...


280. Aruba tourism grows 12.3%
In May 2015, the number of stopover tourist arrivals rose 12.3% versus same month last year to 87,691, the Central bank of Aruba said in a release today.

281. New Jamaica Govt aims for US$3 billion of ...
The new government of Jamaica is aiming for double digit growth in tourism, the island's new tourism minister, Edmund Bartlett, said Saturday (April 9) during a seminar at the Montego Bay Convention Centre

282. Grenada Prime Minister presents EC$1.125 billion budget
Grenada Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Dr Keith Mitchell presented an EC$1.125 billion (US$416.67 million) budget yesterday in the island's Parliament in St George's.

283. Barbados: Less than 1% Jamaicans denied entry
Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart drew to the attention of Jamaica Prime Minister Andrew Holness "the fact that statistics regarding Jamaicans travelling to Barbados had shown that thousands of Jamaicans entered Barbados without any issues and that fewer than one per cent encountered problems," the Barbados Government Information Service (BGIS) ...

284. Resorts World Bimini to invest US$450 million more ...
Resorts World Bimini will invest an additional US$450 million in The Bahamas, the Caribbean island's government announced Friday at a heads of agreement signing ceremony at the Office of the Prime Minister in Nassau.

285. Arubans feel their purchasing power decreased


286. Aruba foreign assets grew 28% in Q1 2016


287. What exactly are we praising CARTAC for, Governor ...
The Steering Committee of the International Monetary Fundís (IMF) Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Center (CARTAC) met in Guyana November 23, and didn't really do anything but the participants lavished praise on the center anyway.

288. IMF estimates Jamaica's economic growth will accelerate in ...
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) issued the following statement today at the end of Jamaica's 2016 Article IV Consultation and the 11th and 12th EFF Reviews.

289. Jamaica says its dollar is fairly valued at ...
By Douglas McIntosh, JIS

290. Barbados deflation continues
The Index of Retail Prices for February 2016 stood at 164.9 points, representing a decline of 0.7 per cent when compared with the 166.1 points recorded the previous month.

291. Barbados, Jamaica governments see economic growth ahead
JAMAICA

292. Barbados Fair Trading Commission forces Digicel to honour ...
By Barbados Fair Trading Commission

293. China donates building materials to The Bahamas for ...
Officials of the Embassy of the Peopleís Republic of China donated building materials to assist with the completion of the Geriatric Hospitalís Therapeutic Lawn Project at Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre on Friday, October 21, 2016.

294. Life's lessons - what is at the root ...
Sex is at the root of every divorce - either someone is having too much of it (with a third party, for example); or not enough of it where it is supposed to be had; or poor quality.

295. Bermuda government extends hiring freeze to March 2017
Bermuda's Ministry of Finance announced Tuesday that the Government will continue cost containment measures to tackle the annual deficit. The Government-wide freeze on hiring will be extended through the 2016/17 fiscal year, after first announced for the 2015/16 year (ending March 31).

296. Jamaica Police using whatsapp to tackle sexual exploitation ...
By Peta Gay Rowe, JIS

297. Antigua & Barbuda to rehabilitate road for about ...
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.

298. China donates US$5 million in school materials to ...
China yesterday donated BB$10 million (US$5 million or •30 million) in teaching equipment to Barbados, the Government of Barbados said yesterday as it thanked China for the donation. The equipment will be allocated to schools and institutions across the island, the Government said.

299. Renewable energy in T&T = A grand total ...
Renewable energy in Trinidad & Tobago is equal to a grand total of two wind turbines at the University of Trinidad & Tobago, and a couple solar panels.

300. IMF projects 2.2% tourism-driven growth for St Vincent ...
After an International Monetary Fund (IMF) staff mission, led by Dominique Simard, visited St. Vincent and the Grenadines from March 22 to March 3, 2016, the IMF put out a statement saying: