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Airlines warn of disruption if no quick Brexit aviation deal

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Britain must prioritize aviation in Brexit negotiations if it is to avoid major disruption to air travel, budget carrier Ryanair (RYA.I) warned on Wednesday, echoing growing concerns across the sector as Britain triggers its exit from the European Union.

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Feasibility study proves Geothermal potential on St. Kitts as Government considers way forward

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A feasibility study done by Teranov, a French engineering and services company for new and renewable energy based in Guadeloupe, has proven that there is potential in St. Kitts to develop at least 18 to 36 megawatts of geothermal power.

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West Indies Petroleum ups capacity to take on new Markets

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Jamaican bunkering company West Indies Petroleum (WIP) says it is ready to be a bigger player in the regional fuel market, in addition to becoming the major supplier of low-cost bunker fuel to shipping companies in Jamaica and the Caribbean.

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Wall St. trims losses as investors seek bargains

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U.S. stocks were well off session lows on Monday as investors sought bargains after a rough start on Wall Street following the defeat of President Donald Trump's first major legislative action.

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Wall St. trims losses as investors seek bargains

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U.S. stocks were well off session lows on Monday as investors sought bargains after a rough start on Wall Street following the defeat of President Donald Trump's first major legislative action.

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