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Former Barbados PM Says Sandals Concessions Were A Bad Move

Owen-Arthur-x2Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur is contending that tax concessions granted to the Caribbean hotel chain Sandals are hurting the island’s finances, already reeling from a decline in revenue from the offshore financial services sector.

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Canadian travel industry partners recognized by the Caribbean Tourism Organization

CTO-Presents-AwardsTwo Canadian travel industry partners have been recognized by the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) for their contributions to the region’s development through tourism.

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Finance, media leaders launch new infrastructure forum for Caribbean

cibc-16In May 2014, the incoming President of the Caribbean Development Bank, Dr. Warren Smith, asserted that “over the next 10 years, some US$30 billion will be required to modernize and enhance the efficiency of the power, transportation, telecommunications, and water and wastewater sectors”.

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Caribbean Tourism Organization trains Emirates Holidays staff

Travel-OpsThe largest airline tour operator in the Middle East has been given a detailed introduction to the Caribbean as Emirates Airlines prepares to service the region.

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Workshops to increase competencies in PC computing and networking management

IT-IT-2222The Information Technology (IT) Department is currently holding a workshop which seeks to ensure that its technical personnel are competent in PC computing and networking management.

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  • Sir Lester rushed for medical attention Former Prime Minister and National Hero Sir Lester Bird was rushed for medical attention on Friday afternoon after falling ill at the re-commissioning ceremony for the expanded Heritage Quay pier.
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