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Costa Rica expands access to housing finance

The Inter-American Investment Corporation on behalf of the Inter-American Development Bank Group, has established a strategic partnership with a leading savings and credit cooperative...

CXC looking to increase e-marking

Barbados-based regional examinations body, the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC), has announced plans to increase electronic marking of annual exams. CXC's Director of Operations, Stephen Savoury,...

St Kitts-Nevis Opposition leader against introduction of visas for Venezuelans

Former St Kitts-Nevis prime minister Dr Denzil Douglas Tuesday urged Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders not to impose visa restrictions on Venezuelans in light of...

Jamaican Government borrows at new low of 5%

Jamaica yesterday raised US$869 million in the global capital market by reopening two of its already issued Eurobonds maturing in 2028 and 2045 respectively,...

Russian nuclear energy official visits Cuba

Ivan Dybov, president of Russia's State Nuclear Energy Corporation, met with his Cuban counterparts at the Agency for Nuclear Energy and Advanced Technologies (AENTA). His...

Former Bahamian PM Concerned About Arrests of Ex Ministers

Former Bahamian Prime Minister Perry Christie is keeping a wary eye on the Hubert Minnis administration, following the arrests of three opposition parliamentarians in...

Barbados company at the center of fraud probe

A Barbados-based company is at the center of a fraud investigation in Caracas against a wealthy Venezuelan businessman who has been blacklisted by the...

Venezuela opposition rejects ‘military threat’

The opposition coalition in Venezuela on Sunday rejected "the military threat by any foreign power," two days after US President Donald Trump said he...

Proposed cuts to family immigration weigh heavily on Guyanese community in NY

Proposed cuts to family immigration in the United States are reportedly weighing heavily on the Guyanese community in New York. This stems from plans to...

Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association to partner with travel associations

The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) is partnering with travel associations around the world to strengthen the tourism sector in the region. President of...
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