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TODAY 10 AM – 5PM Junior Achievement Fair is on, don’t miss the sale of students work, crafts, and services. ALSO the highlight LUNCHTIME CONCERT!! COME OUT AND SUPPORT OUR FUTURE ENTREPRENEURS


By Orita Bailey The JA Company Programme is an entrepreneurship training programme operating in eleven (11) of the high schools in the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis that requires third and fourth form students to propose business opportunities, start and operate a business, and provide a performance report at […]

Junior Achievement Fair 2012

(Washington, D.C. – April 16, 2012) – The Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders (EWCL; http://wildlifeleaders.org) has announced the 2012 participants for its new training program in the Caribbean. Funded in part by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and supported by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW; www.ifaw.org), C-EWCL […]

Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders Launches Caribbean Program

In this article a different position is offered for possible reasons for the recent uprising in London and other English cities. What is your opinion? Tell us on Facebook or leave a comment below. By Hal Austin It is too early to give a definitive assessment of the London Uprisings […]

London’s Burning: A Brief Analysis of Urban Warfare

It is a classic case of “passing the buck”, but Caribbean jurisdictions that offer offshore financial services will be the victims of lax regulation by the OECD countries – the UK and US in particular.  Britain’s Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, and the US Senate and Congress have both now shown […]

“Tax haven” jurisdictions – Sitting Ducks and Scapegoats

The threat to the financial services sector of the Caribbean is growing everyday and is becoming more evident in reports by media who have swallowed hook, line and sinker that so-called “tax havens” are helping US, European and Japanese nationals, both persons and companies, to evade taxation in their home […]

Is the Caribbean Financial Services Sector Asleep?

Three years on, the Caribbean Community (Caricom) single trading market seems mired in stagnation. The single market was launched in January 2006 and lauded as the vehicle to propel economies of member countries into a competitive era. But these days, it seems bogged down in recriminations and many have started […]

Single-Minded About Single Market?