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St Kitts and Nevis Economic Growth Continues

St Kitts and Nevis Economic Growth Continues

St Kitts and Nevis’s Prime Minister Timothy Harris, announced that economic growth in the islands increased in 2018 for the fifth year in a row under the Team Unity administration. Prime Minister Harris also mentioned that the St Kitts and Nevis Country Economic Review issued by the Caribbean Development Bank ...

UAE participated in Global Business Latin America Forum in Panama City

UAE participated in Global Business Latin America Forum in Panama City

Top business executives, political leaders and government officials from the UAE as well as from Latin America took part in the Global Business Forum Latin America in Panama City from April 9 to 10. Majid Saif Al Ghurair, chairman, Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Mohammad Al Shehhi, undersecretary for ...

It’s official: Duty-Free Zone in Panama diversifies Commercial Links

It's official: Duty-Free Zone in Panama diversifies Commercial Links

The Colon Duty-Free Zone (ZLC) today expands its commercial links with other markets in the region as a way to diversify customers, achieve economic stability and reactivate sales. Dominican Republic, Peru, Costa Rica and Cuba stand out as the nations that contribute most to this strategy, which also benefited from ...

Favourable policy environment key to Caribbean agro-tourism integration – CTA

Favourable policy environment key to Caribbean agro-tourism integration – CTA

Barbados is among several Caribbean nations that is exploring integrating agriculture and tourism. The small Eastern Caribbean island opens its Agrotourism Policy Setting Workshop under the theme, “Strengthening Linkages Between Agriculture and Tourism” in the capital Bridgetown. Source: Demerara Waves

Point of View: Trump’s Cuba policy hurts private sector, new figures say

Point of View: Trump’s Cuba policy hurts private sector, new figures say

Andrea Rodríguez, Associated Press Associated Press writer Michael Weissenstein contributed to this report. HAVANA — President Donald Trump’s Cuba policy is driving millions of dollars from the island’s private entrepreneurs to its state-run tourism sector, the opposite of its supposed goal, according to new government figures. Trump announced in June ...