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PANAMA CITY, Panama — Government and business leaders from the UAE and the Latin America and the Caribbean region (LAC) reinforced their commitment to improving bilateral ties and expanding economic cooperation at the third global business forum (GBF) on Latin America, which began April 9 in Panama City, Panama. Organized by Dubai Chamber of Commerce […]

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By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor GEORGETOWN, Guyana — After indicating its interest in adding Guyana to its network, JetBlue has made the decision to enter the Guyana market, according to media reports in Guyana on Thursday, and the Guyanese public is euphoric that a “world class airline’ will serve the NY-JFK/Georgetown market. In […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor ST JOHNS, Antigua –The government of Antigua and Barbuda representatives, having had further dialogue with executives from Carnival corporation, fully understand and acknowledge the misunderstandings of the past. Both parties expressed their desire to maintain the relationship that has been in place for the last 30 years. Minister of tourism, […]

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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate managing editor PUNTA CANA, Dominican Republic – Caribbean News Now sat down with Gilda Noboa, director of sales and marketing for the USA and Canada for the Wyndham Resorts International group at the 20th annual Dominican Annual Tourism Exchange (DATE) in March, 2019 in Punta Cana, Dominican […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor Around this time each year, Anthony L Hall, a weekly op-ed columnist for Caribbean News Now, delivers a collection of his frequently outspoken and controversial thoughts and opinions concerning the preceding political year and this year is no exception, with the publication of “The iPINIONS Journal Volume XIV – Commentaries […]

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By Sir Ronald Sanders The Organisation of American States (OAS), already a broken institution, was shattered even more April 9 at a meeting of its permanent council. It is now an organisation whose membership is deeply divided and amongst whom mistrust, and bitterness now predominate. How this huge problem will be fixed – if it […]

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By Arley Gill The deepening crisis in Venezuela is of grave concern for us in the Caribbean. After witnessing social and political unrest in other parts of the world which led to bloodshed, human trafficking, refugee crises, among other challenges, it is more than bothersome to observe what is happening in the neighbouring Bolivarian Republic […]

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Dear Sir: Our regional and eminent economist, ex-governor of the Barbados Central Bank, Dr Delisle Worrell, had this to say in his recent lecture at UWI (SA) in Trinidad and Tobago on dollarization of the regional economies: “The time has come for the Caribbean countries to retire their obsolete monies and adopt US dollars as […]

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Dear Members of Congress and Senators: I know we share a common concern over the $70 billion in fraudulent Puerto Rico municipal bonds and all the activity on Capitol Hill that made this massive financial fraud possible. We know that the municipalities in Puerto Rico were all technically bankrupt but were able to purchase fraudulent […]

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