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GENEVA, Switzerland – Following Switzerland in the rankings are Sweden, the United States, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. India has risen most in the rankings since 2018, jumping five places to fifty-second most innovative country. The annual Index, which has been published for the last 12 years by World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), and […]
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NEW YORK, USA – Having served as one of the four United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) vice-presidents, Mona Juul was elected president by acclamation on Thursday, said, “The Council should promote “universal respect and observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms. For all”, continued the newly elected president, “Without distinction as to race, […]
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WASHINGTON, USA — A curious thing has happened in US currency: the $100 bill recently overtook the ubiquitous $1 bill in circulation volume, for the first time in history. In other words, the most valuable banknote in the United States became the most widely circulated. As we show in our chart of the week, based on an […]
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WASHINGTON, USA — The Department of Justice, together with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), announced a settlement that requires Facebook to implement a comprehensive, multi-faceted set of compliance measures designed to improve user privacy and provide additional protections for user information. The settlement also requires Facebook to pay an unprecedented $5 billion civil penalty the […]
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PANAMA CITY, Panama — A staff team of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), led by Alejandro Santos, visited Panama during July 17-23, 2019, invited by the Panamanian authorities. At the end of the visit Santos issued the following statement. “While Panama remains among the most dynamic economies in Latin America, the economic recovery has been […]
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GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (CNS) –   Cayman Islands premier Alden McLaughlin said that government is investing millions of dollars to ensure that it meets the latest international compliance and regulation standards for the offshore sector.  In a statement to the legislative assembly delivered Wednesday, just before financial services minister Tara Rivers began presenting almost […]
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ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — Leaders in the Caribbean tourism industry have been advised to embrace and develop the strengths of their people to keep the industry among the most competitive in the world. “Yes, we can have the most beautiful properties, the best airports, the best seaports, but it is the people who make the […]
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Dear Sir: There are complaints from the trade unions that monies owed to their members by the Trinidad and Tobago  government are not being paid, that increments are due and people (see Petrotrin and UTT) are being put on the breadline-fired. Pension funds are in jeopardy. Construction companies are complaining that money owed to them […]
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Dear Sir: What a tangled web we weave when first we conspire to deceive…Keith Rowley, his whistleblower and all those who facilitated these machinations known as ’emailgate’ need to be investigated with the clear intention of charging them with conspiring to overthrow a democratically elected government by trick. We already know what they did, we […]
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