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Aruba Ruling Looms Over $13.2B Jarden Appraisal Suit’s End – Law360


Aruba Ruling Looms Over $13.2B Jarden Appraisal Suit's End
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The earlier Aruba decision, however, came down in February on the side of courts relying on company value as reflected by the market, with Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster landing on a 30-day stock price average that trimmed 30 percent off an HP ...

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St Maarten’s Winair Adding More Flights for Holidays – Caribbean Journal


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St Maarten's Winair Adding More Flights for Holidays
Caribbean Journal
By the Caribbean Journal staff. St Maarten-based regional carrier Winair is adding more new flights for the upcoming holiday season. The carrier is adding 24 additional seats for its St Maarten-Curacao flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

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Simeón García accused of money laundering in the Dominican Republic

SANTO DOMINGO – The owner of the airlines Aserca, Santa Bárbara Airlines and PAWA, Simeón García, faces charges for ceasing operations, tax fraud, money laundering, conspiracy for fraud and corruption in the Dominican Republic. Curaçao Chronicle learned that about PAWA Dominicana and García there are allegations that indicate a breach of trust and alleged money […]

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Simeón García accused of money laundering in the Dominican Republic

SANTO DOMINGO – The owner of the airlines Aserca, Santa Bárbara Airlines and PAWA, Simeón García, faces charges for ceasing operations, tax fraud, money laundering, conspiracy for fraud and corruption in the Dominican Republic. Curaçao Chronicle learned that about PAWA Dominicana and García there are allegations that indicate a breach of trust and alleged money […]

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Sagicor selling all shares to Canadian firm

BRIDGETOWN – Sagicor Financial Corporation Limited is looking to sell all its shares to the Toronto-based Alignvest Acquisition II Corporation, in a US$536 million deal. The insurance company, which is listed on the Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago and London Stock Exchanges, announced on Tuesday that it has entered into an agreement with Alignvest in which the […]

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Sagicor selling all shares to Canadian firm

BRIDGETOWN – Sagicor Financial Corporation Limited is looking to sell all its shares to the Toronto-based Alignvest Acquisition II Corporation, in a US$536 million deal. The insurance company, which is listed on the Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago and London Stock Exchanges, announced on Tuesday that it has entered into an agreement with Alignvest in which the […]

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CHTA President calls for greater investment in Caribbean people

While millions are drawn to the Caribbean’s natural beauty and attractions every year, it is the creativity and warmth of the people that keep visitors returning, asserts Patricia Affonso-Dass, President of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA). Affonso-Dass, who will address this week’s 9th Tourism Human Resources Conference hosted by the Caribbean Tourism Organization […]

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CHTA President calls for greater investment in Caribbean people

While millions are drawn to the Caribbean’s natural beauty and attractions every year, it is the creativity and warmth of the people that keep visitors returning, asserts Patricia Affonso-Dass, President of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA). Affonso-Dass, who will address this week’s 9th Tourism Human Resources Conference hosted by the Caribbean Tourism Organization […]

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PAHO launches campaign to prevent cervical cancer

In the Americas, more than 34,000 women die each year from this disease, which can be prevented through vaccination, screening, and treatment of precancerous lesions. WASHINGTON – The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) launched a communication campaign today to prevent cervical cancer, which kills more than 34,000 women each year in the Americas and is among […]

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PAHO launches campaign to prevent cervical cancer

In the Americas, more than 34,000 women die each year from this disease, which can be prevented through vaccination, screening, and treatment of precancerous lesions. WASHINGTON – The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) launched a communication campaign today to prevent cervical cancer, which kills more than 34,000 women each year in the Americas and is among […]

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