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Companies Save Millions By Transitioning Tasks To The Internet

Commentary By Keith Bernard CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 8, 2009: Sally is an administrative assistant at a large and successful law firm located in New York City. She spends approximately an hour and a half each day tracking and shipping mail and packages using the websites of UPS, FEDEX, USPS, and DHL. Several years ago those companies employed ...

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Mobile Phones Rule In Haiti – Report

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. May 7, 2009: Mobile phones are likely to remain the main form of telecommunications in Haiti for the short-to-medium term, a new report says. A new report on the state of Haiti`s telecommunications by Research and Markets, claims that `given the stagnating fixed-line infrastructure and poor fixed-line penetration rates, mobile is likely to remain the ...

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DR Coke Dealer Sentenced

CaribWorldNews, ATLANTA, GA, Thurs. May 7, 2009: A 31-year-old Dominican Republic national will spend almost 4 years in prison for his role in distributing cocaine supplied by a drug cell operating in Gwinnett County, Georgia.  Oscar Reynoso, was sentenced to 46 months in federal prison this week, to be followed by 5 years of supervised release. He pleaded guilty to ...

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Where Are The Stats. On Caribbean Imports?

By David Jessop CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Thurs. May 7, 2009: It is not easy to obtain accurate and up-to-date statistics on the value of the food that the Caribbean imports; whether to feed its own population or the many visitors who come to the region each year. Although the most recent reliable figures suggest that the region’s food import bill ...

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Dissed? – Obama Stays True To Tax Haven Crack Down Weeks After Caribbean Trip

CaribWorldNews,  NEW YORK, NY, Weds. May 6, 2009: A former Caribbean ambassador is insisting President Barack Obama’s recent decision to enact into law, new provisions that would reduce offshore financial services’ attractiveness to US citizens will impact on the Caribbean and their financial services industry in distinctly harmful ways. Ambassador Lionel Hurst, former ambassador of Antigua and Barbuda to the ...

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Barbados PM Announces Immigration Amnesty

CaribWorldNews, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Weds. May 6, 2009: Forget U.S. immigration reform. Barbados is offering immigration reform of its own to CARICOM nationals.  Prime Minister David Thompson on Tuesday announced that Caribbean nationals living in the country illegally are being invited to become legal residents.  Thompson said that with effect from June 1, 2009, all undocumented CARICOM nationals who entered Barbados ...

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Cayman Financial Services Association Slams Back

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. May 6, 2009: The Cayman Islands Financial Services Association has slammed back at the Barack Obama administration, over claims that subsidiaries of U.S. corporations operating in Cayman are engaging in tax fraud. On Tuesday, Anthony Travers, chairman of the association, released an open letter to the U.s. President, insisting that it is erroneous to claim ...

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Killer Of Guyana Power Security Officer Remains On The Lam

CaribWorldNews, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Weds. May 6, 2009: The killer of the Chief Security Officer of the Guyana Power and Light company remains on the lam, even as officials of the company try to come to grips with his murder. Clifford Peters was gunned down by unidentified men Monday while supervising the removal of illegal electricity connections in the Lahama, Georgetown ...

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Depositions Taken In Trinidad-born, U.S. Veteran Murder Trial

CaribWorldNews, PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Weds. May 6, 2009: Defense dpositions in the case of Trinidad-born, U.S. Army veteran, Balram Maharaj`s murder trial began yesterday in Trinidad. Videotaped depositions of at least two defense witnesses in the trial were reportedly admitted into evidence and at least ten other witnesses are expected to give evidence, according to C news reports.Portions of the deposition ...

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