Economist, USA: ONE of the reforms approved at this month’s Congress of Cuba's ruling Communist Party was a change in the treatment of the country's 3,000 or so state-owned enterprises.
St Kitts and Nevis' Trade Minister calls on them to invest in their homeland.
The newly launched App will be used as a marketing tool by St Vincent and the Grenadines’ Tourism Authority.
West Indies Power (Nevis) gets government backing for its power plant financing.
A judge in St Kitts continues to keep a US-based company from disposing of its assets after closing suddenly.
The low-cost US airline will be competing with regional airline LIAT.
One European country reaches agreement on debt rescheduling, two other countries will too.
Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer says over 2,000 people have been forced out of work and the sector is now contributing a mere fraction of what it’s capable of.
Sun Herlad, USA: All bets are on: Royal couple predicted to honeymoon on tropical island of Mustique.
Guardian, Trinidad: Caribbean Airlines (CAL) will pay US$350,000 (approximately $2.2 million) to wet lease a plane to replace a Boeing 737 aircraft which was chartered by the Government for its trip to Brazil.
Nation News, Barbados: Barbadians called on Prime Minister Freundel Stuart to speak and on Tuesday night he did night he did.
Observer, Jamaica: Jamaicans are in just about every corner of the world and with the fast development of China it is no surprise that several Jamaicans have sought out opportunities in the new land of the rising sun.
UPI, Cuba: U.S. medical and mental health personnel assigned to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, neglected or concealed medical evidence of torture of detainees, a study says.
Miami Herald, USA: On the campaign trail, Haitian president-elect Michel Martelly pledged to reconstitute Haiti’s Armed Forces. But an army, with all the historical baggage it suggests in Haiti, is not the answer.