Authorities say Prabattie Maraj, 46, who lives in the Richmond Hill section of Queens, New York, scammed her compatriot out of US$6,000 in the alleged scheme.
A Caribbean Community (CARICOM) statement said the German government position was outlined during a recent meeting to review the CARICOM-Germany technical cooperation programme.
St Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said the talks with the Trinidad and Tobago prime minister will be “at a political level.”
Finance and Economic Affairs Minister Chris Sinckler said Barbados will establish a revenue authority because of issues including inconsistencies in revenue collection.
Concerns increase as newly-named MERS-CoV continues to spread and has a mortality rate of more than half of those infected.
As the problem of shortages spreads from the kitchen to the bathroom and on to the Church, the government insists that an opposition-led conspiracy is to blame.
The president assured “Natural Woman” singer that “You’ve got a Friend” by making her the first-ever female recipient of the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.
The award-winning singer and actress may be joining the panel with other former contestants in an innovative bid to revamp the show.
The Portia Simpson-Miller government has entered into an agreement with the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) to provide technical assistance to establish a cyber emergency response team (CERT).
Finance and Economic Affairs Minister Chris Sinckler has rubbished suggestions that Barbados would be devaluing its local currency.
Moody’s had recommended the devaluation of the currency or those Caribbean countries adopt the US dollar in an effort to address what it described as a “debt crisis” in the region.
If CARICOM countries are to secure the attention of the US on development and investment issues, the US has to see a region ready to deepen its economic integration, improve its capacity for doing business and attracting investment.
Both Trinidad and Tobago and Dominica have said they would raise the issue with Paris that also said it would ban the use of their banks to help distribute development funds.
Prime Minister Christie said that as a result of the new fiscal policies his administration would be implementing during the financial year, the government Debt will return to a level in the area of 50 per cent of GDP by 2016/17.