Author: David Renwick

Culture, Business, Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad goes for LNG

Trinidad and Tobago has ensnared the biggest customer for its natural gas so far, now that British Gas (BG) – the world’s...

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Culture, Business, Trinidad and Tobago

Manufacturers Rise to the Challenge

International buyers interested in Caribbean goods and services should try their best to be in Port of Spain, Trinidad, between April 15...

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Business

Equity finance In development

Equity finance is assuming growing importance in the economic development of Caribbean countries. Though it is unlikely ever to displace,...

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Business

Caribbean insurance comes of age

Jamaica’s Dennis Lalor, one of the Caribbean insurance industry’s leading executives, likes to say that the regional insurance sector...

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Culture, Business, United States, Guyana, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago

The Caribbean Trade Barriers Come Down

Trading opportunities in the 13-nation Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM) group will increase substantially from this year, as...

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Culture, Arts, Business

CARICOM Must Develop Its Single Market

The 13 nations of the Caribbean Community and Common Market (Caricom) have so far made little headway towards completing their own single...

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Culture, Lifestyle, Business

Caribbean Flowers for Sale

Cultivating flowers for commercial sale and export would have been regarded in the Caribbean ten years ago as an occupation fit only for a...

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Culture, Business

CARICOM at a Crossroads

Two pointed questions need to be asked about the Caribbean Community and Common Market (Caricom), the English-speaking Caribbean’s own...

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