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The latest report from the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) is grim reading. Money laundering, human and drug trafficking, illegal gambling, tax evasion – Caribbean financial services providers are playing host to a range of evils, many of which are able to slip through the cracks of insecure, insufficient and inefficient regulatory structures.

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(PRESS RELEASE) – More action and funding are needed to protect the region’s coral reefs and to conserve fisheries and other marine resources, asserted Karolin Troubetzkoy, special envoy for the Caribbean Challenge Initiative (CCI). Troubetzkoy called on businesses located in or doing business with the Caribbean to support conservation efforts by collaborating with national conservation ...

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Guyana Chronicle:- CRICKET great, Christopher Gayle, has demanded a retraction and apology from PPP candidate, Charles Ramson Jr, who at party meeting recently, alleged that the Jamaican star was owed some US$50,000 by the PNCR. In the letter dated February 4, 2020, Gayle, through his Attorney, Roysdale Forde, stated that on January 30, 2020, Ramson, during […]

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In his New Year's address to the nation two Sundays ago, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet took special aim at the problem of crime. He said the crime situation could not be effectively considered without reflecting on the way we live our daily lives, raise our children and how we resolve conflict. He encouraged the society to continuously work on these areas while his government looks to implement measures to prevent, detect and solve crime.

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(FOX NEWS) – A 38-year-old Indiana man whose eyes had to be sewed shut and his body covered in pigskin as he burned from the inside out due to a rare reaction to a medication is urging others diagnosed with the condition to “be brave.” Jonathan Laird said it started three years ago with conjunctivitis ...

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The council [of the Saint Lucia National Trust] shall, with the approval of the minister, and upon such terms and conditions as it may determine, appoint a director.” So states Section 46 of the National Trust Rules established on June 2, 1984. The minister referred to is also the nation’s prime minister, who recently gave the thumbs down to the Trust’s submission of Jeanine Compton-Antoine as a replacement for the present director Bishnu Tulsie, soon to proceed on retirement. It is unclear whether the rules require the minister to offer reasons for his approval or disapproval of Trust submissions.

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