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British overseas 'tax havens' warned ahead of general election

ed miliband-2LONDON, England - A Labour government would push for UK overseas territories to be put on an international blacklist if they refuse to co-operate with a drive against tax avoidance, Labour Party leader Ed Miliband has told them ahead of general elections in Britain in May.

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RadioShack files for bankruptcy after long decline

bankruptcy-for-radio-shack-2US electronics retailer RadioShack has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in a widely-expected move.

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Samsung launches selfie-designed smartphones

Kenneth-Moore.-3SOUTH Korean technology company Samsung has launched its newest smartphones on the Jamaican market - Galaxy A3 and A5.

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US$60m loss for CAL in 2014

LARRY-HOWAI 0555State-owned Caribbean Airlines is estimated to have lost US$60 million for the year 2014 (TT$383 million), Finance Minister Larry Howai said yesterday.

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USVI government seeks to foreclose on St Croix refinery

hovensa refinery-2ST CROIX, USVI - In the latest twist in the ongoing saga of the mothballed HOVENSA oil refinery on St Croix, the US Virgin Islands government last week filed a six-page action in the local Superior Court to begin the process of foreclosure on the property following HOVENSA’s failure to pay $40 million in settlement funds owed to the government.

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  • Go to hell, Bahamas PM tells journalists NASSAU, Bahamas - Opposition leader Dr Hubert Minnis said on Sunday he was “dumbfounded” when he heard Bahamas Prime Minister Perry Christie say “to hell” with journalists in the country.
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