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caribbean-mapST. MICHAEL, BARBADOS – March 27, 2013 – Some of the world’s most popular and appealing travel destinations are in jeopardy, vulnerable to issues like climate change and unsustainable development. Several leading organizations have joined forces to address these challenges head-on by helping tourism destinations in the Caribbean and Latin America to safeguard their natural and cultural assets, while enhancing communities and securing a vibrant regional economy.

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Chief risk officer of First Citizens Bank fired

first-b-an-kPORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, March, 2014, CMC – The Banking, Insurance and General Workers’ Union (BIGWU) has called for the removal of the chair of the state-owned First Citizens bank, Nyree Alfonso, after the financial institution confirmed it had parted ways with the group chief risk officer Philip Rahaman.

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Grenada police warn public to be on lookout for illegal EC$100 notes

moneypaperST. GEORGE’S, Grenada, Tuesday March 25, 2014, CMC – Grenada police Tuesday urged the public to be on the lookout for counterfeit EC$100 (One EC dollar = US$0.37 cents) notes now in circulation on the island.

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St Lucia hosts SIDS development conference this week

zzluciaCASTRIES, St Lucia, Monday March 24, 2014, CMC – A two-day international conference allowing for senior government representatives, academics and officials from regional and international organisations to discuss key development concerns of small states, share practical lessons and policy options, gets underway in St Lucia on Tuesday.

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World Bank approves funds for St Vincent and St Lucia freak storm damage

dev-bankWASHINGTON D.C., United States, Monday March 24, 2014, CMC – The World Bank has approved US$36 million for St Vincent and the Grenadines and St Lucia after the two Caribbean countries were affected by a freak storm last Christmas resulting in the deaths of more than 12 people.

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