Culture, Film and Television, Business
By Annabelle Alcazar ● Issue 30 (March/April 1998)
Wanted: Caribbean Film Investors with Imagination
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Jamaican film The Harder They Come. Starring reggae singer Jimmy Cliff, written by Trevor Rhone...
Culture, Business, Trinidad and Tobago
By David Renwick ● Issue 33 (September/October 1998)
Investing in Trinidad and Tobago
The Trinidad and Tobago economy is back on a sustained growth path, after an almost decade-long decline in the eighties and early nineties....
By Darrel Anderson ● Issue 33 (September/October 1998)
Domestic Banking in the Caribbean
Let us take a journey to the future — and move to the year 2010. A woman is coming home after a day’s work. Her house is locked, but...
By Nigel Bennett ● Issue 33 (September/October 1998)
What is offshore banking? Offshore banking is the provision of banking services in a territory other than that in which the individual...
By Steve Regis ● Issue 36 (March/April 1999)
Giving my grandmother money “to hold” is an institution in my family. It is our rite of passage from unemployment to employment —...
Culture, Business, People, Jamaica
By James Ferguson ● Issue 42 (March/April 2000)
Ian Randle: the accidental publisher
Let me declare an interest at this point. I know Ian Randle fairly well, have stayed at his home in Kingston, think of him as a friend as...