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Antigua opposition scolds gov’t in bank takeover – BusinessWeek


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Antigua opposition scolds gov't in bank takeover
BusinessWeek
Opposition chief Lester Bird says the Ministry of Finance should have corrected deficiencies at the local investment bank so that the Friday takeover by the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank would not have been necessary. Bird said Sunday that the ...
ECCB steps in to help struggling local bankAntigua Observer
Gaston Comments on ECCB TakeoverCaribarena Antigua

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Feeling the heat on US debt and earnings – Malaysia Star


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Feeling the heat on US debt and earnings
Malaysia Star
On the job: John Bowers (right) of Bowers Securities trading with a handheld device on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Friday. — AP Negotiations between President Barack Obama and the top Republican in the House of Representatives, ...
Wall St Week Ahead: Markets edgy on debt talk stalemateIBTimes Hong Kong

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Founded in 2001, The Institute for Responsible Citizenship is a Washington, DC … – Politic365


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Founded in 2001, The Institute for Responsible Citizenship is a Washington, DC ...
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As the country's rebuilding continues, Puerto Rico is poised to step in and do business with its Caribbean neighbor, according to Caribbean Business. “Now is definitely the time for focusing on Haiti,” said Robert Jones, a US Commercial Services ...

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Puerto Rico to Host Regional Tourism Conferences in 2012 & 2013 – The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer


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Puerto Rico to Host Regional Tourism Conferences in 2012 & 2013
The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer
The announcement was made by the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) and the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO). "We have chosen Puerto Rico as the host destination for these crucial investment focused events for the next two years because ...

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Wall St Week Ahead – Feeling the heat on US debt, earnings – Reuters India


Wall St Week Ahead - Feeling the heat on US debt, earnings
Reuters India
Slideshow A US flag flies outside an entrance to the New York Stock Exchange July 7, 2011. By Edward Krudy NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York City may be frying in near record temperatures but Wall Street has been feeling the heat for months. ...

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Caribbean Businesses Urged To Compete For Grants

News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. July 22, 2011: Caribbean entrepreneurs interested in expanding their businesses are being urged to apply for grants. Compete Caribbean, a five-year Caribbean private sector development program, is targeting 15 Caribbean countries and Caribbean-based firms can benefit from non-repayable grants ranging from US$100,000 to US$500,000. Projects must be innovative and commercially viable and will be selected ...

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Brewer Sees Latin America Profits Soar

News Americas, LONDON, England, Fri. July 22, 2011: Seems Latin Americans can’t get enough beer. The world’s second- biggest brewer reported first-quarter sales growth that beat estimates this week, led by gains in largely Latin America. SABMiller Plc (SAB), a London-based company, said organic lager volume rose 6 percent in Latin America, higher than in any of its other regions ...

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Find Out Who Is Most Globally Networked Individual

News Americas, ENGLEWOOD, CO, Fri. July 22, 2011: Are you the most networked person in the world? Remittance company, Western Union, wants to now. The company is celebrating its 160th anniversary by launching a search for the most networked person in the world. Take the Western Union® Network Challenge at www.westernunionworld.com/yourworld. The search will be fueled by a new interactive, ...

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Despite Recent Progress Brazil Still a Long Way from Equality – Brazzil.com


Despite Recent Progress Brazil Still a Long Way from Equality
Brazzil.com
Although most of the countries in Latin America and the Caribbean still suffer from very high levels of inequality and poverty, the region has made important initial strides in reducing these statistics. Some countries have improved far more than ...

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