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31. Now 6 months delayed Baha Mar a cause ...
The delayed opening of the Baha Mar resort is now a cause for concern for the Bahamas economy, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) said in analysis released yesterday. The following are excerpts from the EIU report.

32. Will more debt hinder the development of the ...
by Miguel Eduardo Sánchez, World Bank Economist co-author: Alan Fuchs Tarlovsky, Economist Source: General Public Credit Directorate of the Dominican Republic and the World Bank. * For Q1 2014 data reflects actual debt incurred in the first quarter of 2014 to projected GDP for 2014.

33. Political uncertainty likely to remain until government formed ...
Following are excerpts from a note by Moody's Investors Service released today.

34. Virgin Mobile in bid for The Bahamas' 2nd ...
Digicel, Cable Bahamas and Virgin Mobile presented their proposals to obtain the second mobile licence and the concession of spectra on the 700 MHz, 850 MHz, 1.900 MHz and AWS bands in The Bahamas, island authorities told local media yesterday. The candidates who offer the highest percentage ownership by the ...

35. Economists lower growth forecasts for Trinidad and Tobago
Charts by FocusEconomics Story by Aleem Khan

36. Venezuela's Maduro to visit Grenada and St Lucia ...
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro will visit Grenada and St Lucia this weekend, the Antigua Observer reported today.

37. Costa Rica's monetary policies are credit positive for ...
Photo of Banco Nacional de Costa Rica courtesy Banco Nacional, Flickr

38. Honduras asks IMF for US$200 million, offered US$188 ...


39. Suriname 2015 Election Results: Desi Bouterse re-elected
http://cananewsonline.com/news/108477...-wins.html

40. Lower Oil Prices Will Increase Pressure on Venezuela's ...


41. Venezuela's parallel exchange rate falls 300% amid low ...
China's US$5 billion loan to the country's main foreign currency generator, state-owned PDVSA, is helping the South American country stave off default, at least until 2016.

42. Venezuela's international reserves falling
Venezuela's international reserves are in free fall although a May draw down of IMF funds has provided some respite, a Moody's Investors Service May 21 report shows.

43. IDB funds project to boost El Salvador's installed ...
The project will also reduce carbon emissions, the IDB said in a statement yesterday.

44. Venezuela proposes new 10-year PetroCaribe plan
If ever there were any doubt that PetroCaribe could be winding down, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro tonight in Jamaica signalled the total opposite as he proposed an "integral" new plan for PetroCaribe for the next 10 years.

45. Is Trinidad and Tobago truly being a caring ...
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46. Venezuela concerned about nearby U.S. military exercises
The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela said through state media it is keeping an eye on U.S. military exercises being conducted in an area it said is "off the coast of Venezuela."

47. New oil find fans flames of old Venezuela-Guyana ...
Exxon Mobil began a US$200 million, 10-year investment pumping crude from the Stabroek field in Guyana March 6, 2015. Exxon is exploring in a 28,806 sq. km block and plans to drill as deep as 1.75 km.

48. Successful asset sales would help Petrobras
PETBRA 6.25% ’24 SPREAD TO BRAZIL 4.25% ’25 (Bps) Oppenheimer's Omar Zeolla wrote the following note on April 14, 2015. Petrobras (Petbra) issued a press release April 13 stating that its board of directors would meet on April 22 to approve (as stated in the release) the company’s 2014 audited ...

49. North Korea's Kim Jong Un receives Cuban Vice ...
Describing it as Cuba's sister nation, North Korea's supreme leader Kim Jong Un received Cuban Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, Cuban state newspaper Granma reported tonight.

50. Mexico hands over hi-res satellite images to Caribbean ...
The government of Mexico sponsored and handed over high-resolution satellite images of Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, Dominica, Grenada, Haiti, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, St Kitts & Nevis, St Maarten, St Vincent & the Grenadines, St Lucia and Trinidad & Tobago, the foreign affairs department of the Aztec country said ...

51. Economist Intelligence Unit forecasts end to Cuba sanctions ...
Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) sees GDP growth averaging 5.2% from 2015-19. "This forecast remains vulnerable to any sharp curtailment of economic support from Venezuela, although the risk posed by this will diminish as Cuba's access to international finance improves," EIU said in an overview of the Cuban economy yesterday.

52. EIU forecasts Barbados GDP growth at 0.8% in ...
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) released its country outlook for Barbados yesterday, saying it expects the Caribbean economy to continue to struggle during the rest of the incumbent government's term.

53. Dominican Republic economy forecast to grow 5.1%
Fitch Ratings has affirmed the Dominican Republic's long-term foreign and local currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) at 'B+'. The Rating Outlooks on the long-term IDRs are revised to Positive from Stable.

54. Where do most Cubans live? Not in Miami, ...
Donde viven los cubanos en Cuba?

55. Cuba's Raul Castro sends Venezuela's Maduro a hug ...
Cuban President Raul Castro sent Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro words of support and "a hug" after Venezuela's ruling party's electoral defeat in elections of new lawmakers yesterday.

56. CAF to fund training for Cubans working for ...
By way of "non-repayable cooperation," CAF will put up to US$500,000 toward training employees of companies in Cuba with Spanish investment, the Latin American Development Bank said in a release Friday.

57. Cuba's removal from U.S. list of state sponsors ...
Moody's Investors Service sees Cuba's removal from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism increasing "the likelihood that Cuba could receive funds from international organizations, such as Corporacion Andina de Fomento (CAF, Aa3 stable), among others, in the future.

58. The Bahamas Financial Secretary sees rebuilding after hurricanes ...
The Bahamas dollar is fixed 1:1 with the US dollar. The figure is still a rough estimate by the Prime Minister and his Financial Secretary but looks like this so far: - Cost of Hurricane Matthew: US$600 million - Cost of Hurricane Joaquin: US$200 million That is roughly 9% of ...

59. Dominican Republic exports US$600 million in tobacco in ...
Government officials of the Cuban neighbour met, in the cigar-producing city of Santiago de los Caballeros, with major tobacco producers "to identify measures that strengthen the competitiveness of the country in international markets."

60. Home mortgages growing in Aruba
Housing mortgage lending by financial institutions in Aruba rose by Afl. 05.5 million to Afl. 5,660.6 million at the end of September 2015, compared to end-of-June 2015, the Central bank of Aruba said Friday in a release.