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The area being used for agriculture in Barbados has declined over the past two decades in comparison to the earlier part of this century.
Guardian, Trinidad: The gala 167th Indian Arrival Day celebrations in Debe descended into chaos and tears yesterday as female highway protesters had to be bodily removed for Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar to leave the venue.
Reuters, Cuba: Spanish oil firm Repsol's likely decision to leave Cuba after its 12-year-long quest for offshore oil produced just two dry holes is a devastating and perhaps irrecoverable blow to the communist island's oil hopes, experts said on Wednesday.
Observer, Jamaica: Opposition Spokesman on Transport, Works and Infrastructure Development Karl Samuda has warned the Government that any additional disincentives to the tourism industry could lead to dire consequences for Jamaica’s economic development.
Stabroek News, Guyana: The Chinese government yesterday signed an agreement which the Government of Guyana receiving 30,000 laptops, costing US$8 million as a contribution towards the One Laptop per Family (OLPF) initiative.
Nation News, Barbados: Barbados’ debt profile is not a problem and the economy is stable says Central Bank Governor Dr DeLisle Worrell.
Economist, UK: Half a century of small islands with big egos.
Examiner, USA: A popular Dancehall film, which has already made waves in North America and Europe, will look to make a similar impact in the Caribbean as Trinidad and Tobago prepares to unveil it in the coming days at a popular film festival.
CDB to manage EU funds for EPA implementation.
Mickey Drexler, the CEO of J.Crew and a longtime member of Apple's board of directors, reveals that former Apple CEO Steve Jobs wanted to build a car.
St Kitts and Nevis agrees to landmark debt restructuring deal with the Paris Club.
Bahamas savings plummet to 10 percent of GDP.