Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Tag: Caribbean nations

Venezuela Forced to Cut Oil Subsidies to...

Low oil prices are forcing Venezuela to cut a generous subsidy program to Cuba and a dozen other Caribbean nations. Venezuela is Latin America's largest...

African, Caribbean and Pacific Group Announces Next...

PARAMARIBO, Suriname -- The next secretary general of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of countries for the period 2015-20 will come from...

Caribbean Nations Urged to Take Advantage of...

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad – Caribbean countries are being urged to position themselves to take advantage of greater trading opportunities that may derive when the Panama...

Report: China Infiltrating National Security of Caribbean...

GEORGETOWN, Guyana -- Writing on Wednesday in the Epoch Times, a privately held news media company with an emphasis on coverage of China, author...

Caribbean Security Concerns Heightened Following Chinese Cyber-Espionage...

An announcement on Monday that a grand jury in the United States has indicted five Chinese hackers for cyber espionage and other offenses directed...

Mexico Pledges Greater Collaboration With Caribbean Nations

MEXICO CITY, Mexico  — Mexico yesterday reiterated its commitment to the socio-economic development of the Caribbean and pledged to help in the further integration...

Antiguan-born Scholar Urges Caribbean Leaders to Attract...

NEW YORK— “Caribbean leaders should encourage, embrace and affirm the flow of capital that is positive, sustainable and healthy for the region.” That’s the...

Dominican Activist Says Mental Slavery Must Be...

BASSTERRE, St Kitts  -- The quest for reparations should be tied into a more holistic life for Caribbean people, according to Dominican activist Athie...

Caribbean Region Plans Talks on Economic Growth...

The Caribbean region can boost its bottom line by developing a medical tourism product that takes advantage of its brand as a great vacation...

Top US Economist Urges Caribbean to Tap...

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados -- The founder of one of the United States’ top economic think tanks has urged Caribbean nations to cooperate regionally to tap...

Caricom to Update Caribbean Nations on Reparations...

Following a meeting with British law firm, Leigh, Day & Company over legal representation of Caribbean nations seeking redress from European countries for horrors...

6 Leaders Who Called For A Political...

 Marcus Mosiah Garvey (1887-1940) - founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association, the largest mass movement across territorial borders among the African peoples during...

St. Vincent Prime Minister: European Nations Must...

Fourteen Caribbean nations are suing the governments of the United Kingdom, France and the Netherlands for reparations over what the plaintiffs say is the...

Caricom: Caribbean Integration Movement Turns 40

This week's regular annual summit of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community and Common Market (Caricom) is a most opportune time for a...