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Cuba prepares to end dual currency system

HAVANA – The days of Cuba’s dual currency system are numbered. President Raul Castro has given his clearest hint yet that the Spanish-speaking Caribbean nation will adopt a single currency. “This issue has taken us too long and it cannot be delayed any longer,” Castro said in a speech in December. Cuba has had two currencies […]

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Cuba prepares to end dual currency system

HAVANA – The days of Cuba’s dual currency system are numbered. President Raul Castro has given his clearest hint yet that the Spanish-speaking Caribbean nation will adopt a single currency. “This issue has taken us too long and it cannot be delayed any longer,” Castro said in a speech in December. Cuba has had two currencies […]

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Stacy Cox elected President of Hotel Association Executives for next two years

SAN JUAN – Caribbean tourism industry professional Stacy Cox has been elected president of the Caribbean Society of Hotel Association Executives (CSHAE) for the next two years. Cox, who unexpectedly took the top job early last year following an unscheduled leadership change, received a full two-year mandate at the association’s annual general meeting, which preceded this […]

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Stacy Cox elected President of Hotel Association Executives for next two years

SAN JUAN – Caribbean tourism industry professional Stacy Cox has been elected president of the Caribbean Society of Hotel Association Executives (CSHAE) for the next two years. Cox, who unexpectedly took the top job early last year following an unscheduled leadership change, received a full two-year mandate at the association’s annual general meeting, which preceded this […]

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Stacy Cox elected President of Hotel Association Executives for next two years

SAN JUAN – Caribbean tourism industry professional Stacy Cox has been elected president of the Caribbean Society of Hotel Association Executives (CSHAE) for the next two years. Cox, who unexpectedly took the top job early last year following an unscheduled leadership change, received a full two-year mandate at the association’s annual general meeting, which preceded this […]

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Latin America and Caribbean focus on attacking pockets of rural poverty

SANTIAGO – Identifying territories where rural poverty is most entrenched in Latin America and the Caribbean to apply new tools and innovative policies to combat hunger is the new strategy that will be discussed at a ministerial meeting to be held in early March. Julio Berdegue, regional representative of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), announced […]

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Latin America and Caribbean focus on attacking pockets of rural poverty

SANTIAGO – Identifying territories where rural poverty is most entrenched in Latin America and the Caribbean to apply new tools and innovative policies to combat hunger is the new strategy that will be discussed at a ministerial meeting to be held in early March. Julio Berdegue, regional representative of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), announced […]

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Curaçao “speed dates” its way through North American Travel Media

WILLEMSTAD – Recently, Curaçao participated in the TravMedia’s International Media Marketplace in New York City. Ms. Gianina Atalita (CTB) and Ms. Michelle George (Diamond PR) met with 24 top-tier journalists in a series of 15-minute, one-on-one appointments to share island news, unique story angles and to build stronger media relationships for future collaboration opportunities. The […]

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Curaçao “speed dates” its way through North American Travel Media

WILLEMSTAD – Recently, Curaçao participated in the TravMedia’s International Media Marketplace in New York City. Ms. Gianina Atalita (CTB) and Ms. Michelle George (Diamond PR) met with 24 top-tier journalists in a series of 15-minute, one-on-one appointments to share island news, unique story angles and to build stronger media relationships for future collaboration opportunities. The […]

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ICANN spearheads initiative to build Internet economy in the Caribbean

PORT OF SPAIN – A group of global and regional technology organisations are partnering to help Caribbean professionals get more out of the Internet economy. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) spearheaded the launch of the Virtual DNS Entrepreneurship Center of the Caribbean (VDECC). The term DNS refers to the domain name system, […]

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