GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Guyana on Wednesday told a visiting United Kingdom trade delegation he would offer the UK energy security by guaranteeing hydrocarbon supplies.
CASTRIES, St. Lucia – Agriculture Minister Alfred Prospere Monday said St. Lucia is now exporting bananas to Trinidad and Tobago after trade with the United Kingdom was suspended earlier this month.
NASSAU, Bahamas -The Royal Bahamas Police Force has launched an investigation into the collapse of the Nassau-based FTX to determine if “any criminal misconduct occurred”, while the main opposition has called on the Phillip Davis administration “to outline to the public what financial exposures exist for the government”
KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jamaica will host a high-level two-day investment conference from November 29 that will highlight local investment and business opportunities.
WASHINGTON, DC – The value of goods exports from Latin America and the Caribbean continued to grow in the first half of 2022, and though at a slower pace than in the same period of the previous year, it surpassed world trade.
LONDON, UK – A tourism workforce initiative underpinned by a charter focusing on the growth and retention of employees has been unveiled in a bid to combat declining post-COVID-19 workforce numbers.
LONDON, UK – The United Kingdom is emerging as the fastest growing recovery market for Jamaica with Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett launching a new advertising campaign dubbed ‘Come Back”.
CASTRIES, St Lucia – Managing Director of the Jamaica-based JN Bank, Leesa Kow is the new chair of the Caribbean Association of Banks (CAB) Inc.
As the region takes on recovery challenges, Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett wants to see a repurposed Caribbean tourism architecture that increases benefits for locals.
Grenada's PM Mitchell Says Tourism Won't be a Direct Priority for the Island Over the Next Five Years
ST GEORGE’S, Grenada – The tourism sector will not be a direct priority for the government for the next five years but the industry should benefit from the six priority areas the administration will be focusing on, said Prime Minister Dickon Mitchell on Monday.
The new president of the Jamaica Hotel & Tourist Association (JHTA) is laser focused on addressing human resource issues, including worrying staff shortages, across the tourism sector.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – The local limestone mining industry has secured the country’s first shipment of construction grade limestone to the United States.
CAIRO, Egypt – Trinidad and Tobago told an international energy conference that natural gas must continue to play a role in energy and food security which are top priorities globally