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151. The Bahamas fiscal deficit widens, tourism improves


152. Dominican Republic: Stopover arrivals cross 4 million


153. Jamaica Finance Minister credits IMF test successes for ...
Jamaica's Finance Minister Peter Phillips today in that country's Parliament, during the closing of the budget debate in Kingston, said:

154. Jamaica to export hot pepper, dasheen to Trinidad: ...
Jamaica will soon be exporting hot peppers and dasheen to Trinidad and Tobago, the Jamaica Observer reported today, citing Jamaican State Minister in the Ministry of Agriculture, Labour and Social Security Luther Buchanan.

155. IMF recommends deeper restructuring for Barbados' public enterprises
"The team welcomes measures to strengthen the monitoring and control of public enterprises, but progress is slow and deeper restructuring should be launched as soon as possible. Public enterprises pose a major fiscal risk in Barbados, and many are providing services without any link to overall costs or objectives," said ...

156. Barbados' Banks beer sales rise 9% on takeover ...
Barbados' Banks beer sales have risen 9% thanks to takeover publicity, the Barbados Nation newspaper reported today.

157. Code Orange in Trinidad & Tobago: Heavy rains ...
Trinidad and Tobago is under 'code orange' which means heavy rains and flash flooding, said Minister of Rural Development and Local Government Kazim Hosein, yesterday in Parliament in Port of Spain.

158. Venezuelan crude production falls
Venezuelan crude production fell 30 thousand barrels of oil per day (kb/d) to 2.45 million barrels per day (mb/d) in July 2013, the International Energy Agency said in its latest Oil Market Report. Despite the partial start-up of several heavy oil projects in the Orinoco belt, the country is struggling ...

159. Petrobras eligible for downgrade to junk: Oppenheimer
Less than three hours after Oppenheimer research said it would happen it did.

160. Guyana: Net International Reserves expected to climb


161. St Kitts & Nevis: Canada, USA have programs ...
Canada and the USA have programs similar to the Citizenship by Investment (CBI) programs found in the Caribbean, St Kitts and Nevis Foreign Affairs Minister Mark Brantley said at a town hall meeting Tuesday (August 16). The St Kitts and Nevis National Information Service said yesterday:

162. Fitch on BP, Shell office raids: they can ...
Any fines imposed on major European oil companies as a result of the European Commission's investigation into alleged price manipulation would most likely be manageable, given the big cash reserves all these producers hold, Fitch Ratings said in a release today. However, "the potential longer-term impact from reputational damage or ...

163. WASA urges water conservation as global warming delays ...
Global warming is delaying the rains that are supposed to come with Trinidad & Tobago's rainy season, which theoretically begins in June, this author believes.

164. Curacao and St. Maarten: Reserves projected to grow


165. Gasoline price down 6% in Barbados
From midnight tonight, gasoline will be 6% cheaper in Barbados, the Barbados Government Information Service said yesterday.

166. Barbados banks' non-performing loans decline, profitability doubles
Barbados banks' non-performing loans (NPLs) are on the decline while their profitability doubles, the Central Bank of Barbados said in its latest Financial Stability Report (FSR) released yesterday.

167. One out of every four young Bahamians is ...
Unemployment among young Bahamians, though lower than what is was, is still very high. Unemployment among Bahamians ages 15-24 years remained well above other age groups at 25.3%, although this represented a fall of 5.7 percentage points from the prior period, the Central Bank of the Bahamas (CBB) said in ...

168. IMF program working well for Grenada, officials say
Excerpt from the transcript of the Western Hemisphere Department press briefing in Washington, D.C. on Friday, April 17, 2015:

169. Maduro opts out Caricom summit: Nation News
http://www.nationnews.com/nationnews/...ing-summit

170. Jamaica economy to grow 1.2% this year, up ...
Standard & Poor's is forecasting a slight improvement of the Jamaican economy this year, projecting growth of 1.7% in 2015, from 0.7% in 2014. The full rating follows:

171. Is the US shale revolution replicable?


172. Shell's money grows
SOURCE: Morgan Stanley Research, 10-30-2014

173. Curacao tourism grows 11% in March
The Curaçao Tourist Board (CTB) on Tuesday reported an 11% increase in tourist arrivals in March year-on-year. The CTB said 39,676 visitors were registered in March 2015 versus 35,690 in the same month last year.

174. The monument women build to men who hurt ...
The monument she built to him was indestructible and lasting. It not only reminded her of what he did but it allowed her to relive the experience over and over again. She was violated by the act once, but now, thanks to the monument, she violates herself with the memory ...

175. Barbados fiscal adjustment programme extended


176. Jamaica: IMF estimates growth of 1.4% y-o-y in ...


177. Life's lessons - Why they refuse to discuss
It is a common strategy and if it is used on you, you should take it as a compliment. It means the person(s) you are or were or would like to have the discussion with, acknowledges your superior intelligence or correct position.

178. Suriname: Moody’s revises outlook to “stable”


179. Secondary entrance assessment 'SEA' results out already in ...
In Trinidad and Tobago SEA results will be released tomorrow (July 5).

180. Grenada Govt workers to get raise this month, ...
On Tuesday, July 5th, 2016, Senior Officials of the Ministry of Finance met with representatives of the unions representing Public Sector employees to discuss and agree on the way forward on the outstanding increment issue.