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MDPT disagrees with Standard & Poor’s

WILLEMSTAD – Clift Christiaan, chairman of the Multi-Disciplinary Project Team, which is the organization that is in charge of finding a strategic partner for the oil refinery, disagrees with the Standard & Poor’s report. In the report, S & P writes that the opportunities for Curacao to find a new partner for the exploration of […]

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MDPT disagrees with Standard & Poor’s

WILLEMSTAD – Clift Christiaan, chairman of the Multi-Disciplinary Project Team, which is the organization that is in charge of finding a strategic partner for the oil refinery, disagrees with the Standard & Poor’s report. In the report, S & P writes that the opportunities for Curacao to find a new partner for the exploration of […]

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Mathew Passion in Fort Church

WILLEMSTAD – On Good Friday, parts of the St. Matthew Passion, the St. John Passion and the Messiah are performed in the Fort Church. The music is interspersed with reading texts. The performance is in the hands of the Bach choir by conductor Dennis Aalse. The concert starts at half past seven, the entrance is […]

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Mathew Passion in Fort Church

WILLEMSTAD – On Good Friday, parts of the St. Matthew Passion, the St. John Passion and the Messiah are performed in the Fort Church. The music is interspersed with reading texts. The performance is in the hands of the Bach choir by conductor Dennis Aalse. The concert starts at half past seven, the entrance is […]

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Government pursuing Sarasota psychiatrist for nearly $11 million in income tax fraud – Tampa Bay Business Journal

Tampa Bay Business JournalGovernment pursuing Sarasota psychiatrist for nearly $11 million in income tax fraudTampa Bay Business JournalAccording to various court documents, Hough owned two Caribbean-based medical schools – The Saba University School o...

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Italian Oil Company interested in drilling offshore Guyana

GEORGETOWN – An Italian oil and gas exploration company could be the new kid on the block if the Guyana government gives it the go-ahead to carry out exploration offshore. ENI is a multinational oil and gas company headquartered in Rome. It is considered one of the world’s largest publicly owned oil and gas companies, […]

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Italian Oil Company interested in drilling offshore Guyana

GEORGETOWN – An Italian oil and gas exploration company could be the new kid on the block if the Guyana government gives it the go-ahead to carry out exploration offshore. ENI is a multinational oil and gas company headquartered in Rome. It is considered one of the world’s largest publicly owned oil and gas companies, […]

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Inspection closes the Gato minimarket

WILLEMSTAD – The Inspectorate closed a mini-market again yesterday. This time one on the Weg naar Westpunt near Gato. The officers discovered an illegal restaurant in the mini-market. The owners do not have the necessary permit to operate a restaurant. The place was also very dirty and unhygienic. Dead floes in unsealed bags full of […]

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