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By Caribbean News Now contributor ROSEAU, Dominica – Citizenship by Investment (CBI) has been a lifeline for Dominica, a sentiment that prime minister Roosevelt Skerrit expresses frequently. “ The small Caribbean island’s remarkable recovery after hurricane Maria in 2017 would not have been possible” and that  “had it not been for the CBI programme, which […]
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By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor GEORGETOWN, Guyana – A team of six officials from the Islamic Development Bank led by Noureddine Mabrouk arrived in Guyana last Wednesday to scope renewable energy projects for off-grid area in partnership with the Guyana Energy Agency (GEA). The Islamic Bank team includes Noreddine Citroen, project management specialist; […]
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By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor PARAMARIBO, Suriname — Mariam Almheiri, minister of state for food security, along with other UAE delegates, visited Suriname from July 18 – 19, 2019, to establish a food security agribusiness corridor between the UAE, Suriname and other Caribbean countries according to the press release by the UAE’s news […]
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By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor PARAMARIBO, Suriname – Natasha Halfhuid was appointed ambassador of the Republic of Suriname to Ghana. The swearing took place on Wednesday 24 July at the presidential palace in Paramaribo.  During the swearing-in ceremony president Desire Bouterse said that the Suriname embassy in Accra is an “important step towards […]
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti –  Haitian Education Leadership Program (HELP) (www.uhelp.net), a non-profit headquartered in New York City with a campus located in Port au Prince Haiti providing university/college scholarships to Haitian students, announced a $500,000 gift from a New York City couple who have been long-standing supporters of HELP.   This gift represents the largest individual donation […]
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NASSAU, Bahamas — In a first of its kind event, compliance officers met in a half-day seminar to discuss how the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is changing the way businesses source and safeguard clients’ personal information and what’s required of local banking institutions, insurance companies, investment firms and even health care facilities to remain […]
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GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Efforts to address the issue of human trafficking in the CARIFORUM region are being bolstered with a new study on human trafficking that is expected to provide a greater understanding of the problem within and across its borders. A Canadian firm, Dunn, Pierre, Barnett and Company, Canada Limited, has been engaged by […]
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