The U.S. Virgin Islands government welcomes proposals from qualified marine consultants and firms as it reinvigorates its marine transportation plan.
Despite some late loan payments and cost over-runs the International Monetary Fund has given Antigua and Barbuda a stamp of approval on its stand-by arrangement.
Bank of Jamaica working to facilitate the set-up of two, maybe three credit bureaus in Jamaica.
Both Australia and Finland have demonstrated not only a determination to contribute to resolving conflicts in the world, but also a commitment to advancing the interests of small and powerless states says Sir Ronald Sanders.
Cuba reaches two million visitors figure in record time.
Surinamese Hakrinbank said to be in ‘strategic partnership talks’ with Trinidad-based Republic Bank.
Fly Jamaica Airways moves closer to officially beginning operations in Jamaica.
Private sector holds first ‘Shop Dominica’ initiative offering island-wide discounts on retail and tourism goods.
Barbados banking landscape gets another Trinidadian bank while Bermuda-based Butterfield bows out.
Nation News, Barbados: Former Attorney General Dale Marshall thinks that Commissioner of Police Darwin Dottin has been given a raw deal and should not allow himself to be transferred to another section of the public service.
Stabroek News, Guyana: The government yesterday accused the rejected specialty hospital bidder, Fedders Lloyd Corporation of orchestrating a campaign against the work of the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NPTAB) committee that awarded the contract to Surendra Engineering.
Express, Trinidad: Port of Spain Mayor Louis Lee Sing yesterday broke his silence on the now contentious private meeting between National Security Minister Jack Warner and "gangsters" from Laventille two weeks ago.
Gleaner, Jamaica: Seeking to breathe new life into his long legal struggle to reverse drug-related convictions, Grammy-winning Jamaican entertainer Buju Banton has hired fresh legal muscle to take over his appeal.
CNN, USA: Cuba's government declared Tuesday that health workers had eradicated a cholera outbreak that infected 417 people and killed three, according to a statement from the country's Health Ministry.