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New jet centre for TCI – Turks and Caicos Sun

New jet centre for TCITurks and Caicos SunFrom left – Joshiah Harvey, local partner in the New FBO; Governor Ric Todd; Michel Neutelings and Lloyd Inswords – two other partners; and CEO of the Turks and Caicos Islands Airports Authorities. By Vivia...

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Balance budget, or elections in peril – Turks and Caicos Sun

Balance budget, or elections in perilTurks and Caicos SunElections that would return the Turks and Caicos Islands to self-rule, could be in jeopardy if government does not meet its fiscal target for the next financial year, according to Chief Executive...

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COFFEY v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE – Leagle.com

COFFEY v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUELeagle.comThe USVI appeals. Having jurisdiction under 26 USC § 7482(a)(1), this court reverses and remands. Although a US territory, the USVI is a separate taxing entity. In 1922, Congress authorized USVI taxp...

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Carlos Aguilar Match Race – Tricky conditions – Sail World

Sail WorldCarlos Aguilar Match Race - Tricky conditionsSail WorldThe USVI's Taylor Canfield won the Petite Final 2-0 over the USA's Dave Perry, thus each skipper finished third and fourth, respectively. 'It was tough to get in phase with th...

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Stash cloud – The Lawyer

The LawyerStash cloudThe LawyerIn JSC BTA Bank v Fidelity Corporate Services Ltd (2010) the British Virgin Islands (BVI) Court of Appeal allowed an appeal against a first-instance refusal to require registered agents in the BVI to disclose information ...

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Can’t resist Caribbean cruises – Toronto Sun

Can't resist Caribbean cruisesToronto SunPassengers from the Caribbean Princess head to shore in the Turks and Caicos. (Barb Fox/Special to QMI Agency) Cruise enthusiasts say “it's better in the Bahamas” and the Caribbean for that matter. I...

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Celebrate volunteers today – Caymanian Compass

Celebrate volunteers todayCaymanian CompassThe Cayman Islands has a robust heritage of volunteerism and unpaid service for the good of the community. This is often evident through the many charities, professional associations and other such civil socie...

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Local contractors blast Chinese port deal – Caymanian Compass

Local contractors blast Chinese port dealCaymanian CompassLeading Cayman Islands contractors blasted the government's handling of cruise port negotiations with China Harbour Engineering Company, airing concerns about the company's health standa...

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Gov’t facing deficit again – Caymanian Compass

Gov't facing deficit againCaymanian CompassThe Cayman Islands government is facing a small operating deficit as its current budget year draws to a close in June, according to projected figures presented as part of the country's Strategic Policy...

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