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Yellow Fever: PAHO urges unvaccinated travellers to get vaccinated

The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO)/World Health Organization (WHO) in its recent epidemiological report about yellow fever in the Americas, says between January 2016 and 13 March 2018, seven countries and territories of the Region of the Americas reported confirmed cases of yellow fever: Pluri-national State of Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Peru, and […]

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Internet expert calls for stronger Caribbean network resilience

KINGSTOWN – The threat of climate-driven natural disaster and the struggle to keep pace with the global digital economy are among the key factors driving the need for Caribbean Internet stakeholders to strengthen the resilience of the region’s communications networks. The term ‘resilience’ refers to a network’s ability to maintain an acceptable level of service in […]

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Smith & Nephew receives the BPM sustainability certification

WILLEMSTAD – On March 29, Smith & Nephew Curacao, the Curaçao branch of the multinational company, received as the second company in Curaçao the “Minimum Sustainability Standards” (MSS) certification during the festive celebration in the Industrial Park Brievengat with directors of their parent company. The MSS certification is an initiative of the Business Platform Environment […]

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Aruba Aims To Digitize The Workplace And Make It Smarter – Forbes

ForbesAruba Aims To Digitize The Workplace And Make It SmarterForbesI recently had the opportunity to spend time with Aruba at its annual user event, Atmosphere 2018, which took place last week in Las Vegas. Best known for its wireless networking capab...

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Great success of WTM Latin America on its first day

With visitors from all over the world, the event gathered weight operators, hotels, destinations from five continents and lots of interaction. The main B2B tourism and travel event in Latin America closes the first day with a golden key. There are 600 exhibitors from all continents of the world, including hotels, tour operators, cruises, destinations […]

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Venezuela’s oil sector may soon have new owners

CARACAS – Venezuela’s oil production fell by another 100,000 barrels per day (bpd) in March, a devastating blow that will only make the country’s economic crisis worse. Output is expected to continue its downward spiral; the only uncertainty is over the pace of decline. As Venezuela comes apart at the seams, it will hand over more and […]

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Annual Kingdom Consultation on Foreign Relations in Curaçao

WILLEMSTAD – On Thursday, April 5, a Kingdom Consultation on Foreign Relations will take place in Curaçao with the presence of the Minister of Foreign Affairs Stef Blok and the Prime Presidents of Aruba, Sint Maarten and Curaçao. Prior to the Kingdom Council, Minister Blok held bilateral talks with the Prime Ministers of Aruba and […]

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SER St. Maarten and Curaçao reps talk working relationship – The Daily Herald (press release)


The Daily Herald (press release)

SER St. Maarten and Curaçao reps talk working relationship
The Daily Herald (press release)
This week's meeting on St. Maarten was the first time since the inception of SER St. Maarten that there has been a formal meeting between the Secretaries-General. Richardson thanked his colleague for the continued support in particular after Hurricane ...

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