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Hotseat – Somalia Peterson – Netherlands Antilles Daily Herald

Hotseat - Somalia PetersonNetherlands Antilles Daily HeraldI was born on the Dutch side of Sint Maarten. I lived in Aruba and Holland and started writing poetry at the age of 11. I started singing in choirs when I was quite young and when I returned to...

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Financial Supervision In Curaçao And The Euro Area: What Can We Learn From … – Curacao Chronicle


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Financial Supervision In Curaçao And The Euro Area: What Can We Learn From ...
Curacao Chronicle
Twenty years ago I held a guest lecture in the then Netherlands Antilles on Integration in Europe: a Model for Regional Cooperation? At the time Europe was preparing for one of its greatest projects, the establishment of a monetary union. In my lecture ...

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CBCS granting loans is not ‘common practice’ – Curacao Chronicle


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CBCS granting loans is not 'common practice'
Curacao Chronicle
Tromp referred to the national regulation of 1985 on a new statute from the then Bank of the Netherlands Antilles (BNA). Article 13 states the bank is authorized to issue debenture stocks by artificial persons in private and public law who are ...

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Queen Beatrix, masha danki for 33 years – Curacao Chronicle


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Queen Beatrix, masha danki for 33 years
Curacao Chronicle
Six months after she became queen she flew to Curaçao and the other islands of the then Netherlands Antilles for working visit. Her last visit to Curaçao, together with prince Willem-Alexander and princess Máxima, was in November 2011. During each of ...

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Case Study: Microsoft Corporate Headquarters Runs Lync Over Aruba Wi-Fi – Australian Techworld


Case Study: Microsoft Corporate Headquarters Runs Lync Over Aruba Wi-Fi
Australian Techworld
Case Study: Microsoft Corporate Headquarters Runs Lync Over Aruba Wi-Fi. As one of the world's leading unified communications solution vendors, Microsoft has high expectations for the performance and robustness of the IT infrastructure on which its ...

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Case Study: Microsoft Corporate Headquarters Runs Lync Over Aruba Wi-Fi – Computerworld Australia


Case Study: Microsoft Corporate Headquarters Runs Lync Over Aruba Wi-Fi
Computerworld Australia
Case Study: Microsoft Corporate Headquarters Runs Lync Over Aruba Wi-Fi. As one of the world's leading unified communications solution vendors, Microsoft has high expectations for the performance and robustness of the IT infrastructure on which its ...

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Wiels (PS) still advocates parliamentary inquiry – Curacao Chronicle


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Wiels (PS) still advocates parliamentary inquiry
Curacao Chronicle
Mid last year the Parliament approved a parliamentary inquiry into the functioning of the Intelligence Service Curaçao (VDC), its predecessor the Intelligence Service Netherlands Antilles (VNA) and the investigation methods of the Public Prosecutor.

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St Maarten-Anguilla evening ferry service launched – Travel Weekly

St Maarten-Anguilla evening ferry service launchedTravel WeeklyThere also is a 7 p.m. shuttle service from St. Maarten to Anguilla that connects with the afternoon flights arriving from San Juan into St. Maarten, priced at $65 per person. Complete ferr...

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SAINT MARTIN — Special to The Globe and Mail – Globe and Mail


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SAINT MARTIN — Special to The Globe and Mail
Globe and Mail
French on one side (St. Martin), Dutch on the other (Sint Maarten), the island's split personality means you can go on a glamorous yachting adventure one day (French side) and a rollicking ATV tour the next (Dutch side). Nosh on pizza on the beach at ...

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Bahamas Misses Qualifying Spot – Bahamas Tribune

Bahamas Misses Qualifying SpotBahamas TribuneThe Bahamas got stopped 15-5 in five innings by Aruba in the championship game on Sunday night at the Grand Bahama Sports Complex. By virtue of winning the game, Aruba, who handed the Bahamas all three of th...

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