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Caricom Has Been Struggling To Ensure There’s Fair Trade Within The Region

Commerce and Industry Minister Pierre Marie Du Meny says Haiti wants to strengthen its trade links with Cuba and has officially accepted an invitation to participate in the 35th International Fair of Havana (FIHAV 2017) to be held in that city October 30 to November 3. Minister Pierre Marie Du Meny said that the Caribbean […]

Negotiations Far Advanced With Motor-Vehicle Manufacturer To Operate Out Of Special Economic Zone – Seaga

Macroeconomic Outlook For Trinidad & Tobago, Assuming No Significant Changes In Policies, Looks Pretty Grim – Khadan

Inter-American Development Bank economist Jeetendra Khadan has indicated that the macroeconomic outlook for Trinidad & Tobago, assuming no significant changes in policies, looks pretty grim. Commenting further, he said that the role government has played in the economy in the last decade or so, in terms of providing job opportunities, providing subsidies and social programmes […]

Negotiations Far Advanced With Motor-Vehicle Manufacturer To Operate Out Of Special Economic Zone – Seaga

Is The “Undervalued” GraceKennedy Group an Acquisition Target? Part 1/4

Analysts and Investors have been suggesting for some time now that the Jamaican international conglomerate GraceKennedy Limited is heavily undervalued, and the disparity in market cap valuation with the likes of the three separately listed Lasco companies as a Group, could be the clearest indication. The GraceKennedy Group which trades on both the main market […]

Connected Parties In Derrimon Trading And Caribbean Producers Jamaica Sell Off Significant Portions Of Their Holdings

Payless Bankruptcy Will Not Impact Operations In The Caribbean.

Shoe chain Payless ShoeSource has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, becoming the latest retailer to succumb to increasing competition from online rivals like Amazon. Payless will be closing nearly 400 of the over 4,400 stores it has in more than 30 countries and reduce its debt by almost 50 percent, Initial press reports suggest […]

Taking These Actions in Japan and the U.S. Is The Best Way To Address The Ongoing Issues With Certainty And In An Organized Manner – Takata

Will The Jamaica Stock Exchange Step-up And Lead The Charge For A Single Regional Stock Exchange by 2020? Part 3/3

SMEs Can Transform Their Financial Performance by Listing on the Stock Exchange Marcia Forbes (PhD), executive chairperson of Phase 3 Productions, in an article published in the Gleaner Newspaper last year pointed to early research findings coming out of the Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) by Dr William Lawrence and Dr Twila-Mae Logan […]

Connected Parties In Derrimon Trading And Caribbean Producers Jamaica Sell Off Significant Portions Of Their Holdings

Will The Jamaica Stock Exchange Step-up And Lead The Charge For A Single Regional Stock Exchange by 2020? – Part 2/3

The Unique Peculiarities of Each Exchange Market Barbados Edwin Thirlwell Executive Chairman of BICO Limited, which is listed on the Barbados Stock Exchange (BSE) in an article published in Barbados Today, is reported to be lamenting the lack of inactivity on the BSE which he says is depressing the share price of his ice cream […]

Connected Parties In Derrimon Trading And Caribbean Producers Jamaica Sell Off Significant Portions Of Their Holdings

‘Butch’ Stewart Set To Open Sandals Royal Barbados

Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewarts Sandals is set to open a new property in Barbados with booking for stays launched for December this year.  The property to be named Sandals Royal Barbados had originally been planned as an expansion of the company’s existing Barbados resort. However, Stewart, Sandal’s Chairman says after reviewing the project, it was felt […]

Negotiations Far Advanced With Motor-Vehicle Manufacturer To Operate Out Of Special Economic Zone – Seaga

Caribbean Development Bank Recognises Trinidad and Tobago’s Potential For Transformative Economic And Social Development. – Patricia McKenzie

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), has formally launched a country strategy for Trinidad and Tobago, which proposes financial support of US$436.7 million for the period 2017 to 2021. CDB’s Vice President of Operations, Patricia McKenzie says the Bank recognises Trinidad and Tobago’s potential for transformative economic and social development. She says the programme has been […]

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MOU Renews Commitment To Collaborate On Programmes And Projects That Contribute To Sustainable Economic Development In The Region

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to strengthen their ongoing partnership in addressing the Caribbean’s development priorities. Through the MOU, both institutions renewed their commitment to collaborating on programmes and projects that contribute to sustainable economic development in the region. The agreement formalizes […]

Negotiations Far Advanced With Motor-Vehicle Manufacturer To Operate Out Of Special Economic Zone – Seaga

2018 Caribbean Peer Awards set to recognize the very best in advertising and marketing for 2016-2017

Kingston Jamaica: It’s coming back and with an anticipated bang, unfolding in what is expected to be a black tie red carpet affair February 2018 at a location in New Kingston Jamaica. The 2018 Caribbean Peer Awards will continue to live up to its mantra of “there’s no greater recognition” as recognition of your peers. And […]

Ansa’s Berger Caribbean Acquisition Not Expected To Include Berger Brand And Related Intellectual Properties -Antonio

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