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By Adrian Loveridge From October 8 to 13, 2018, Barbados will host the Caribbean Week of Agriculture, which has been described as the region’s premier agricultural event of the regional calendar. The declared theme is stated as “strengthening agriculture for a healthier future in the region”. Throughout the week, “farmers, policymakers, youth, experts in the […]

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By Dr Neals J. Chitan The word “police” traditionally conjures up in people’s minds several negative emotions and feelings, and the irrational, cold-hearted and cruel treatment of North American police forces towards our black men over the past decade, has not helped to mitigate public perception of these law enforcers. Living in a post-modern era, […]

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By Wellington C. Ramos Dean Russel Lindo, an attorney by profession, and the first leader of the United Democratic Party (UDP), died on September 17, 2018, at his home in Belize City. He was also a two-time elected representative from Fort George Division in Belize City, a minister of natural resources in the 1984 UDP […]

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By Daniela Tramacere On 25 May 2018, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force. This is a tool designed to harmonize data privacy laws across Europe, to protect EU citizens’ data privacy and to trigger more secure individual data privacy amongst organizations working with personal data of EU citizens. The GDPR […]

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Dear Sir: On several occasions I have written about the border wall between Mexico and the United States, which began to be built during the Carter administration. It is an interrupted line that is necessary to finish, which is what Donald Trump has proposed. This interest of Trump has been criticized by Democrats, some Republicans […]

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Dear Sir: As economists theorize on eradicating poverty, many jobless go hungry. For it is politicians, from the executive branch of government, who make the policy decisions to implement all needed strategies toward full employment. Elected politicians, the Cabinet, which engages the public service to implement, monitor and report, on the effectiveness of their policies, […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Invest Saint Lucia (ISL), in collaboration with Nearshore Americas – a leading international firm that conducts independent research on IT, digital business and contact center outsourcing trends in Latin America and the Caribbean – staged a 3-day Inward Investor Mission and Career Fair from September 19th – 21st 2018. Nearshore Americas recently ...

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(CMC) — The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Monday said a landmark analysis of government spending in Latin America and the Caribbean reveals widespread waste and inefficiencies that could be as large as US$220 billion a year, or 4.4 per cent of the region’s gross domestic product (GDP). It said that the survey shows there is ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – One of the recurring messages that came out of the Saint Lucia National Trust’s (SLNT) viewing and panel discussion on ‘Dolphin Dilemma: The Antigua and Barbuda Story’ on September 5th was the need (for everyone not just the SLNT) to do more research, get the facts and share the information widely on ...

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