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241. RBC wins praise from The Bahamas govt for ...
Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Perry Christie praised the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), on October 25, 2016, for "another wonderful gesture in support of a disaster and its impact" on The Bahamas, in the form of its donation of $300,000 to Hurricane Matthew damage in the region -- ...
242. Florida residents go north as Hurricane Irma leaves ...
Category 5 Hurricane Irma with winds at 185 mph ravaged French Caribbean islands St Martin and St Barth's leaving one dead in each location. Irma also claimed the life of an infant in Barbuda. Seven other lives have been lost since, according to media reports. Turks & Caicos braces for ...
243. Sint Maarten woos Norwegian Airlines
June 14 Govt statement:
244. Trinidad & Tobago Govt sold CL Financial assets ...
One of former CL Financial boss Lawrence Duprey's spokespersons in Trinidad and Tobago, Brian Heeraman, told the media alleging yesterday in emails that he was reporting the following on behalf of an unnamed 'policyholder of CL Financial':
245. Saint Lucia Electricity Services improves debt servicing capability
Caribbean Information and Credit Rating Services Limited (CariCRIS), has reaffirmed the ratings of CariBBB (Foreign and Local Currency Ratings) on its regional rating scale of the notional debt issue of the size of USD 15 million of Saint Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC).
246. Barbados cautious about legalising marijuana
by Julia Rawlins-Bentham
247. Poland appoints Michael Armstrong honorary consul in Barbados
by Kim Ramsay-Moore, BGIS
248. Bermuda shows how to do a sod turning ...
Anyone who has seen these "sod turning" or "ground breaking" ceremonies would have seen that some awkward though hidden jostling for a space in front the cameras takes place.
249. 2017 promises to be a busy hurricane season
While Trinidad and Tobago often escapes, its Caribbean brothers and sisters often do not, and this year, the Sint Maarten Office of Disaster Management is saying:
250. Russia will take "every ounce of alumina" from ...
251. Reparations Issue Important To Barbados
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has reiterated that “the reparations issue is not based on a diplomacy of protest, but on a diplomacy of engagement”.
252. St Lucia targets Martinique visitors
The majority of visitors from Martinique and the Caribbean come to Saint Lucia for summer, the Government said in a statement Tuesday (June 7).
253. FIFA stops funding to Trinidad & Tobago: Jamaica ...
Football's world governing body, FIFA, has confirmed that it has halted funding to the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) over its failure to produce audited statements, according to a CMC report published in the Jamaica Observer today.
254. Barbados warns crop over visitors about counterfeit bills
Verbatim press release from the Central Bank of Barbados:
255. Sint Maarten named 2nd best place for plane-spotting ...
While on vacation, how close do you want your planes exactly?
256. Barbados to bring fiscal deficit down to just ...
Barbados Finance Minister Chris Sinckler on Friday (Oct. 14) said the Caribbean island's government proposes to bring the deficit down to just under 6% of GDP in fiscal 2016, from 7.4% in fiscal 2015.
257. Bahamas to restructure electricity company with US$600 million ...
Is this another bad financial decision by The Bahamas government to the long-term detriment of the Bahamian people?
258. Dominica economy shrunk 3.9% in 2015 due to ...
An International Monetary Fund mission, led by Mr. Alejandro Guerson, visited Dominica during March 29-April 11 to conduct the 2016 Article IV consultation. Mr. Guerson issued the following statement at the mission’s conclusion:
259. US Virgin Islands auctions used vehicles from as ...
The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority will be selling vehicles in an “AS IS” condition on St. Thomas, USVI on Wednesday, August 31, 2016, at the Randolph Harley Power Plant Upper Entrance (across from the large green water tank)
260. Jamaica bids to raise US$2 million from diaspora ...
By Derrick Scott
261. Bahamas deficit narrows in first 4 mths of ...
While The Bahamas' fiscal deficit for fiscal year (FY) ending June 2014 is still unknown, the Central Bank of The Bahamas today said the first four months of FY2015/16 saw the deficit shrinking by 57%.
262. Jamaica launches new electronic procurement system: IDB
263. Jamaica's reserves down 9.7% in January
Jamaica's net international reserves fell 9.7% in January 2016 compared to December 2015, the Bank of Jamaica said yesterday in a release.
264. IMF now forecasts Antigua & Barbuda economy will ...
Up until October 2016, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecast for economic growth of Antigua & Barbuda was 2.0% in 2016 and 2.4% in 2017. The upward revised forecast means the IMF now expects Antigua & Barbuda to pass the fastest growing insular Caribbean nation, St Kitts & Nevis, last ...
265. Grenada hosts workshop on free movement in CARICOM
A two-day sensitization workshop funded by the European Union and hosted by the CARICOM Secretariat on Free Movement within the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) opened today in Grenada.
266. Kuwait to fund St Lucia highways
St Lucia Infrastructure Minister Philip Pierre said Thursday Kuwait will fund the Choc/Gros Islet Highway, the east coast highway, and the reconstruction of the Millennium Highway to Cul de Sac.
267. St Lucia hopes to begin geothermal energy drilling ...
Consultants will first carry out environmental assessments to decide whether to proceed with exploratory drilling, Saint Lucia's Ministry of Sustainable Development said in a statement Wednesday.
268. Old Guardian newsroom for rent
The floor that housed the historic Guardian newsroom on St Vincent Street in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago is up for rent, according to an advertisement published in the paper today.
269. Bermuda law enforcement searches residences for illegal domestic ...
The following is a statement from the Bermuda government after a member of Parliament had his house searched too.
270. Barbados opens new desal plant to add 700k-800k ...
THE first of two containerised desalination plants, expected to pump an additional 700,000 to 800,000 gallons of water into the distribution system daily, has officially been commissioned, the Barbados Advocate reported today.
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