Topic Tag: Caricom

People, Belize

“You have to ensure you’re bringing everyone on board” | Own words

CARICOM’s Secretary General Dr Carla Barnett on her Belizean roots, passion for her kitchen garden, and goals for CARICOM as the regional body turns 50 — as told to Shelly-Ann Inniss

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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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Culture, Business, Barbados

Buying Caribbean

Caribbean consumers have traditionally been reluctant to buy the things their own manufacturers produce – much to the surprise of...

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Immerse, People, St. Lucia

June Soomer: a voice for all | Backstory

If you scan a boardroom, platform, or summit, her hair stands out. Not only is her bun quite tall, sometimes it’s the only mass of hair...

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Arrive, Culture, Travel, Lifestyle, Guyana

Layover: Georgetown, Guyana | Layover

As headquarters for Caricom, Georgetown is already on regional diplomats’ travel maps, and with Guyana’s still-untapped offshore...

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Culture, Festivals and Events

Datebook (July/August 2000)

JULY Jolly Harbour Yacht Club Race, Antigua and Barbuda (1st-3rd) Race from Antigua to sister isle Barbuda, overnighting at Spanish Point...

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Culture, Travel, Lifestyle

The Need for Speed: Caripass

No more waiting in immigration queues, and hassle-free entry and exit from Caricom countries. Does it sound too good to be true? Well,...

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Culture, Music, People, Haiti

Wyclef Jean: Haitian sensation

He may be a multi-millionaire hip hop star, but soaring high on the international popularity scale has not made Wyclef Jean forget his...

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