HISTORIC VIRTUAL JAPEX LIVE 2020 A SUCCESS

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Jamaica Hosts Fully Virtual Travel Trade Show - A First in the English-Speaking Caribbean  KINGSTON, JAMAICA – November 12, 2020 – The 30thstaging...

Government rejects union-owned companies’ officer to purchase an oil refinery

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The government rejected a proposal from the Patriotic Energies and Technologies Co. Ltd. to purchase the state-owned Petrotrin refinery. The announcement was made by the Minister...

Government awaiting experts report on Venezuelan oil vessel reportedly tilting in the Gulf of...

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The Trinidad and Tobago government Wednesday said it is awaiting a report from a team of local experts who boarded the Venezuelan oil storage vessel, the FSO Nabarima, in...

Bermuda, Nevis and BVI linked to massive fraud case against Texan billionaire

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A 79-year-old Texan billionaire has been accused of using a web of entities in Bermuda and Nevis to hide two billion US dollars in assets in what prosecutors say...

The conundrum of determining America’s immigration policy

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The Trump administration proposed new immigration policies last week which could have serious implications for the unification of Caribbean Americans and their family members still living in the Caribbean. But there...

Brooklyn’s $175M Vocational Training Boost

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(BROOKLYN, New York): If things go as planned and accordinto New York State’s Lt. Governor, Kathy Hochul, Brooklyn will get a $175 million initiative that will boost funding to the workforce development programs across...

Jason deCaires Taylor Recognized For Grenada’s Underwater Sculpture Park

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Jason deCaires Taylor Recognized For Grenada’s Underwater Sculpture Park GEORGE’S, GRENADA: World-renowned sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor has been specially recognized by the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) for his outstanding work...

Saint Martin/Sint Maarten wins big at Caribbean Readers’ Choice Awards

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(BROOKLYN, New York) – St. Maarten received seven distinctions in USA Today’s 2019 10Best Caribbean Readers’ Choice Awards. The Friendly Island and several of its stakeholders were acknowledged across six categories, including...

Caribbean leaders cautious about regional ferry service

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(BROOKLYN, New York): – Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders were adopting a more cautious approach towards establishing a regional ferry service that has been bandied about for more than a decade. The leaders...

Sweet potato and cassava based businesses will help economy: Antigua & Barbuda

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(BROOKLYN, New York):  – Antigua and Barbuda is banking on sweet potato and cassava as alternatives that could reduce its high import bill, through value added production in these chains, which will...

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