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As any Caribbean business knows, it’s a long journey from product to market for the region’s producers. And one of the biggest barriers to growth is logistics. From sourcing materials and manufacturing to transporting goods to market, for many SMEs, the entire process is costly, riddled with inefficiencies and ultimately damaging to their competitiveness.

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Press Release:-  Prime Minister Honourable Allen M. Chastanet is this week leading a Saint Lucia delegation to the 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, where Climate Change and Small island Developing States will be among the key issues.  Prime Minister Chastanet, also current CARICOM Chairman, will address the historic […]

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — Veteran Windies batsman Chris Gayle has voiced his annoyance regarding constant speculation surrounding his future, particularly as it relates to expected retirement plans. Gayle, who turns 40, announced that he planned to retire from the sport following the ICC World Cup a few months ago. The player, however, seemed to have a ...

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(ANTIGUA OBSERVER) — Former World Heavyweight Boxer, Mike Tyson and his team set foot on the shores of Antigua and Barbuda Friday afternoon, and they are presently exploring opportunities for the development of his Tyson Farm and other initiatives. During a press conference, Prime Minister Gaston Browne shared that Tyson is interested in not just ...

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Neighbourhood watch groups and better street lighting are among initiatives planned for Soufriere in a bid to fight crime, it has been announced. The plans were discussed among organisers of a women’s march against violence which took place in Soufriere Sunday afternoon. There was also been talk about campaigns to clear up areas that are […]

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