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32. Economic activity in Anguilla contracted in H1 2013
Preliminary data suggest that economic activity in Anguilla contracted in the first half of 2013, compared with the outturn in the comparable period of 2012.
33. US$410 million pumped YTD into Trinidad & Tobago's ...
In anticipation of a seasonal decline of foreign exchange inflows and to alleviate immediate trade-related demand pressures in the economy, the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago (CBTT) undertook a sale of US$50 million to Authorized Dealers on May 9, the CBTT said in a news release. This sale brings ...
34. Barbados reserves steady in 2014: Standard & Poor's
Photo of Barbados beach by Berit Watkin, Flickr
37. Trinidad and Tobago population to grow 0.4% in ...
From the Review of the Economy 2013, published with national 2013/2014 budget documents by the Ministry of Finance and the Economy:
38. Barbados, Wyndham seal deal to make Sam Lord's ...
Highlighting strong and growing interest in its portfolio of upscale brands in the Caribbean, Wyndham Hotel Group, the world’s largest hotel company, today announced plans for further global expansion with the development of the 450-room Sam Lord’s Castle Barbados, A Wyndham Grand Resort.
39. Jamaica had US$707 million in foreign direct investment ...
Jamaica had US$707 million in foreign direct investment (FDI) for the 12 months ended September 2014, said Jamaica Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller yesterday at Gordon House, Kingston during the 2015-2016 budget debate.
41. Montserrat economy contracts in H1 2013
Preliminary data indicate that economic activity in Montserrat contracted in the first half of 2013, relative to that in the corresponding period in 2012.
42. Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago fires Yetming, ...
Close to 11 pm last night, the Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago issued the following release.
43. Jamaica announces tax ease on eve of Christmas ...
It's still the eve of Christmas eve but Jamaica has already announced it will be making the Christmas of at least some a little jollier as they will join the ranks of the Jamaicans who live Income Tax-free.
45. Jamaica elections expected next year
Jamaica will likely hold general elections to replace or reconfirm its prime minister early next year, instead of this year, as previously suggested, the Gleaner reported today.
46. Jamaica spared inflation spike after depreciation
Photo by Nicolas Oren, Flickr
48. Jamaica Prime Minister calls on Caribbean to depend ...
* Jamaica takes LNG shipment from U.S. on October 22
49. St Kitts and Nevis economy grows in H1 ...
Preliminary data suggest that economic activity in St Kitts and Nevis rose in the first half of 2013.
50. Productivity falls 6.3%
Photo by Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
51. Fitch says positive things about BP
Photo from Hays salary guide 2013.
52. Saint Lucia among world's most romantic destinations
The Pitons were named as one of the most arresting natural sights in the Caribbean, the government of Saint Lucia said yesterday.
53. St Lucia economy remains flat in H1 2013
Preliminary data indicate that economic activity in Saint Lucia remained flat in the first half of 2013 relative to the performance in the corresponding period of 2012.
54. Barbados to host international financial services conference Sept ...
Barbados, a leading Caribbean international financial centre (IFC), will host a forum of global experts on international financial services on September 11, 2014 at the Hilton Hotel in Bridgetown, Barbados under the theme, "IFCs in a Borderless Digital Economy," according to that country's International Business and Financial Services (IBFS) June ...
56. Make-work programmes account for low unemployment: IMF
On June 16, 2014, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) concluded the Article IV Consultation with Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad and Tobago’s economy is embarking on a sustainable growth path. Maintenance-related slowdowns in the energy sector are ending, while non-energy growth is robust, with economic slack being ...
59. Aruba revises 2014 GDP growth estimate down to ...
Available economic indicators suggest a slowdown in economic growth in 2014, the Central Bank of Aruba said in a release today.
60. Scotia: Barbados’ economic fundamentals remain weak
Barbados’ economic fundamentals remain weak, Scotiabank analysts Erika Cain and Juan Manuel Herrera wrote in a February 2015 Executive Briefing released yesterday. The following are unedited excerpts from the document. After five years of stagnation, real GDP growth will remain constrained by ongoing fiscal retrenchment and elevated unemployment — the ...
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