January 18, 2021

Wake up call!

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By Marie-Claire Williams From Barbados Today Ex-Governor urges region to go solar A leading regional economist says the Caribbean has been too slow in taking advantage of the renewable energy sector. Delivering the inaugural Confucius lecture at the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination on Wednesday night, former Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados […]

Trump’s reported reference to Haiti has injured relations with US, says Caribbean diplomat

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From Jamaica Observer ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) – A senior Caribbean diplomat has criticised US President Donald Trump over his alleged remarks regard Haitian nationals residing in the United States. However, Trump, has denied making disparaging remarks regarding Haitians, people from El Salvador and Africa nations describing them as “s…hole countries” But in a statement, […]

Promoting enterprise in the Caribbean community

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From Queens Tribune As was the case with many immigrants, entrepreneur and motivational speaker Dr. Roy Hastick came to the United States in pursuit of the dream to create a better life for himself, but he never imagined that he would foster the dreams of others as well. Hastick moved to America from Grenada in […]

Caribbean property market starting to recover as sales pick up post global downturn

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From Property Wire The real estate market in the Caribbean was affected by the global economic crisis of 2008 and is slowly recovering with the main locations for overseas buyers set for a more positive 2017. Some challenges remain in the residential property market, most notably an oversupply in some areas and uncertainty over how […]