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St Kitts loved by rich Indians

St Kitts and Nevis is becoming so popular with wealthy Indians seeking a second passport through their Citizen by Investment (CIB) programme that fraudsters are misrepresenting themselves to unsuspecting applicants.

18 Oct, 2021

Jamaica’s tourism generates $1.7bn

Jamaica’s tourism continues to rebound strongly despite the coronavirus pandemic, reflected by the US$1.7 billion in earnings since the reopening of the country’s borders in June 2020.

18 Oct, 2021

Cuba blocks new protest date

Cuba has again denied government opponents permission to stage a peaceful march for civil liberties in the capital Havana and a few other provinces on grounds it was part of efforts to overthrow the government.

18 Oct, 2021

Honduras may have first woman prez

Honduras is preparing for its presidential elections next month and a favourite to become leader, Xiomara Castro, who would become the first female leader.

18 Oct, 2021

St Lucia lifts state of emergence

St Lucia’s Prime Minister Phillip J Pierre ended on Saturday the state of emergency put in place by the last administration to curb the spread of the coronavirus but said that some of the existing protocols would remain until the end of the month.

18 Oct, 2021

Consortium of Banks to acquire the banking operations of CIBC FirstCaribbean in Dominica, Grenada, St.Kitts and Nevis, and St.Vincent and the Grenadin

Today, a Consortium of leading Banks in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the branches and banking operations of CIBC FirstCaribbean in Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts and Nevis, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

14 Oct, 2021


FirstCaribbean International Bank Limited has announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, FirstCaribbean International Bank (Barbados) Limited (“FCIB Barbados”), has agreed to sell its banking assets in St. Vincent, Grenada, Dominica and St. Kitts

12 Oct, 2021

Jamaica targets 1 million jabs

The Jamaican government is hoping to deliver one million COVID-19 jabs by the end of November, Prime Minister Andrew Holness said.

12 Oct, 2021

Guyana new oil source multiplies riches

Guyana’s oil wealth got a massive boost after a discovery of a new source of approximately 10 billion barrels.

12 Oct, 2021

Next Cuban protest blocked by army

Cuba has announced it will conduct annual military exercises on the date of planned human rights protests around the country.

12 Oct, 2021
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