Pageant to be held in Las Vegas after Dominican government could not provide the US$6million requested by organizers.
Intrigue surrounding diamonds and counterfeit currency lands businessman in jail apparently indefinitely.
One of the final polls before Venezuela’s October 7 election shows that Capriles has narrowed the gap since June.
Security minister says GDP would rise between three and ten times the present level in absence of crime, violence and corruption.
Pending appeal may have prompted the latest allegations against Bouterse, says his lawyer.
Member states grapple with escalating challenge and inconsistent funding to sustain interventions.
Manhunt in Jamaica for gunmen said to have repeatedly raped victims ranging from eight to 28-years-old.
Partnership is the first between Brand USA and a U.S. Territory.
The Caribbean experience of the EPA is that several governments have not implemented their commitments to remove tariffs on EU imports according to an agreed schedule says Sir Ronald Sanders.
St Lucia’s vital tourism industry is no longer caught in the cross-fire of the VAT dispute between the national union and the state as the government reverses its position.
Officials report Spanish investors pump more than US$1 billion annually into the Caribbean island.
The Bahamas government has announced a raft of new economic measures in the wake of the recent downgrade of its long-term rating by Standard & Poor’s.
St Kitts and Nevis government plan to approach European Union for concessions on implementing duty free access for EU goods entering the federation.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Trinidad and Tobago has called on government to take decisive action reduce white-collar and violent crime in the country.