News From the Caribbean

04 March
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Bahamas and ILO Excellent Working Relations, Benefits of Technical Assistance
NASSAU, The Bahamas – Hosting the Ninth International Labour Organization Meeting of Caribbean Labour Ministers is testament to the excellent working relationship between The Bahamas and that world body.
26 February
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Trinidad and Tobago Newsday
Dookeran scores again on economic development
FOREIGN Affairs Minister Winston Dookeran continues to push for the economic development of Trinidad and Tobago by initiating and formalising agreements with countries in Central and Latin America, that could create greater trade and investments opportunities for local...
26 February
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Trinidad and Tobago Newsday
Boosting tourism in TT
IN this period of falling and fluctuating oil prices, it is more imperative than ever that this country seeks to diversify its economy. This is something that we have known for a long time but have thus far not been proactive upon, choosing to place our economic eggs as it were...
19 February
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Caribbean Journal
Natural Resources and Economic Policy in the Greater Caribbean
As part of the regulatory function, the State, through its economic policy, directly influences the economic growth of a country. The discussion on the effects of that policy focuses generally on questions surrounding the highest standard of living that would be enjoyed by the...
12 February
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Trinidad and Tobago Newsday
ACS to help build tourism sector
THE Association of Caribbean States (ACS) has agreed to assist Trinidad and Tobago in developing its tourism sector. So said Julio Orozco, the Association’s Director of Sustainable Tourism.
11 February
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Inter-American Development Bank
Growing Maritime trade in the Caribbean
Miami, Florida – In an effort to re-invigorate maritime trade across the Caribbean, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) hosted a gathering of regional maritime officials for a round-table dialogue, as part of its Caribbean Strategic Agenda on Integration. The intent was to...
10 February
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Jamaica Environment Minister issues call to action for sustainable development
(CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, Guyana) -- Jamaica’s Minister of Water, Land, Environment, Sustainable Development and Climate Change, Hon. Robert Pickersgill on Thursday evening issued a call to all Caribbean Community (CARICOM) stakeholders to shape the...
05 February
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The Nassau Guardian
Sustainability programme eyeing quick wins
04 February
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St. Kitts and Nevis Observer
Martinique Becomes Associate Member Of OECS On The 4th Of February 2015
Martinique became associated member of two Caribbean organizations: ECLAC (Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean) in August 2012 and ACS (Association of Caribbean States) in April 2014.
03 February
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La Tribuna
Honduras y Guatemala buscan facilitar comercio y libre circulación personas
Autoridades de Honduras y Guatemala instalaron hoy en Tegucigalpa una reunión orientada a facilitar la libre circulación de personas y mercancías en las fronteras comunes, informó la Cancillería hondureña.