The matter of Jamaica and its effort to become the fourth global logistics hub after Rotterdam in The Netherlands, Singapore in Asia and Dubai in Arabia, is to move onto the front burner again this week with the observance of World Maritime Day on Saturday.
Washington, United States – A shortage of long-term financing since the 2008 crisis is choking the investment-backed growth of companies in the Caribbean and other developing countries and hampering the ability of credit-worthy families to borrow for education and housing needs and escape poverty, a new World Bank report warned today.
Florida, United States – A federal judge in Miami has issued an order allowing the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to serve a “John Doe” summons seeking information about American taxpayers who may hold offshore accounts at Belize Bank International Limited (BBIL) or Belize Bank Limited (BBL).
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Call for more political dialogue between CARICOM and EU GEORGETOWN, Guyana - The need for greater political dialogue and co-operation between the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the European Union was emphasised as the new EU ambassador to CARICOM presented...