Bizick
Register a Business

St. Lucia News Online on Bizick Buzz

By Caribbean News Now contributor ST JOHN’S, Antigua — Alex Nain Saab Morán, an economic envoy for Antigua and Barbuda, has confirmed that two former employees of a firm in which he was a partner, and which closed ten years ago, have been arrested by Colombian authorities for alleged money laundering and fraud, but added […]

The post Antigua-Barbuda economic envoy rejects money laundering claim appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

Read more

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — Sandals director of corporate services, Jeremy Jones, has denied that there is a secret deal between Sandals Resorts International (SRI) and the Trinidad and Tobago government. He was speaking to reporters in Barbados on Thursday after news broke that the High Court had ruled that chartered surveyor Afra Raymond can seek judicial […]

The post Sandals denies existence of secret deal with Trinidad government appeared first on

Read more

BASSETERRE, St Kitts — Some 35 soldiers and police officers from the Regional Security System (RSS) were sworn in on Thursday as Special Constables of the Royal St Christopher and Nevis Police Force amidst concern by leader of the opposition, Dr Denzil Douglas, that Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris is abusing his position and authority […]

The post RSS soldiers placed on the streets of St Kitts-Nevis as special constables appeared first on

Read more

(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Grupo Aeroportuario del PacÌfico S.A.B. de C.V. (GAP), an airport operator headquartered in Guadalajara, Mexico, that operates 12 airports in that country yesterday signed a concession agreement giving it operational control of the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston. GAP has been managing the Sangster International Airport, in Montego Bay, St James, ...

The post Norman Manley International now being run by Mexican company appeared first on

Read more

LONDON, England — Amnesty International said it is concerned for the health of Cuban activist, Tomás Núñez Madariaga, currently on a prolonged hunger strike and has called on the Cuban authorities to make public the evidence against him. Madariaga, a member of the unofficial political opposition group “Patriotic Union of Cuba” (Unión Patriótica de Cuba, […]

The post Amnesty International calls on Cuba to make public evidence against imprisoned dissident appeared first on

Read more

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — In the case of Cruise Solutions Ltd and Discovery Expeditions Ltd v The Commissioner of General Sales Tax and the Attorney General of Belize, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has held that two companies were entitled to be repaid all general sales tax (GST) assessed, charged and collected by […]

The post CCJ orders refund of taxes to tour operators in Belize appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

Read more

BASSETERRE, St Kitts — Although chief justice of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, Dame Janice Pereira, was at pains to complain that the bulk of pending appeals from the High Court in St Kitts and Nevis to the Court of Appeal are not progressing for lack of transcripts, recent decisions of a High Court judge […]

The post Nepotism cited for court fast-tracking leave to appeal for St Kitts-Nevis PM appeared first on Caribbean News ...

Read more
[Press Release] Registration is now open for the soon to be launched after school programme.  PASS, Partners for After School Success which commences in the coming weeks, provides a new learning experience and an important professional education opportunity to all but moreover, disadvantaged students preparing for CXC examinations.  The initiative will offer free lessons in English …
Read more

NEW YORK, USA — Puerto Rico needs a realistic fiscal plan that guides it toward a more sustainable economic future. Instead, the Oversight Board created by Congress to be in charge of Puerto Rico’s recovery has developed its current fiscal plan based on unreliable data and assumptions, according to an analysis published by RevitalizePuertoRico.com. An […]

The post Puerto Rico recovery said to be based on flawed data and unrealistic fiscal plans appeared first on

Read more

By David Jessop For most citizens, international organisations such as the World Trade Organisation (WTO), the G20 and even the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have little immediate significance. Like all remote international institutions and groupings, they resonate with the everyday only when their proposed solutions or rulings affect employment, the future of an industry, levels […]

The post Commentary: The View from Europe: Multilateralism continues to matter appeared first on

Read more