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ROSEAU, Dominica – Range Developments is continuing its longstanding support of education projects on the island of Dominica with its latest CSR initiative. The award-winning Citizenship by Investment (CBI) property development company has supported the reconstruction efforts of Isulukati Special Education after it was devastated by hurricane Maria in late 2017. Range Developments has assisted […]
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WASHINGTON, USA — The World Bank’s board of executive directors approved a US$30 million development policy credit to support Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in strengthening its climate and fiscal resilience for promoting a blue economy. “Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is embarked on a medium-term reform program to strengthen fiscal buffers and reinforce climate […]
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WASHINGTON, USA – The immediate result of further intensification of the China-US trade war is highly unpredictable, said an official from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) at a Wednesday briefing in Beijing. It is advised that fiscal stimulus be rolled out by China to support economic confidence. After a slowdown in 2018, China’s economic growth […]
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By Caribbean News Now contributor NASSAU, Bahamas – The Bahamas government’s progress towards accrual-based accounting is advancing this financial year acting financial secretary Marlon Johnson said recently, and that advisers that have assisted nations in making the shift from cash to accrual-based accounting systems will be operational soon to help start the five-year process. Johnson, […]
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PORT EVERGLADES, Florida – Kevin McAleenan, acting secretary of Homeland Security, rear admiral Peter Brown, commander of Coast Guard 7th District and captain Mark Gordon, commanding officer of US Coast Guard Cutter Hamilton announced that  the Coast Guard Cutter Hamilton (WMSL-753) crew is scheduled to offload approximately 26,000 pounds of seized cocaine and 1,500 pounds […]
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ROATÁN, Honduras – On World Environment Day, June 5,, the critically endangered largetooth sawfish gained a lifeline as Caribbean countries unanimously agreed to add the species to Annex II of the Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife (SPAW) Protocol under the Cartagena Convention. Seventeen member governments are thereby obligated to impose strict national protections for the […]
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By Gerard Best WILLEMSTAD, Curaçao — An international slate of technology experts will headline a major internet conference in Curacao next month, called LACNIC on the move. The high-level tech event will focus mainly on critical issues of local and regional internet development and cybersecurity. The meeting is hosted by Bureau Telecommunicate and Post (BT […]
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WILLEMSTAD, Curacao — Temperatures in the Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao are heating up this summer, as are the destination’s total stayover arrivals. The Curaçao Tourist Board reported a 17 percent increase in 2019 to date with all markets showing positive growth. While Europe continues to serve as Curaçao’s primary feeder market, the South American […]
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GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands — Air arrivals into the Cayman Islands continued their positive trend in April with 46,079 visitors, an increase of 17.98 percent over 2018. This represents the best April in recorded history and the first time the destination welcomed over 40,000 stayover visitors in April. April also saw an increase of 2.17 […]
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