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33rd St. Maarten Heineken Regatta ready to kick off – Sail World

Sail World33rd St. Maarten Heineken Regatta ready to kick offSail WorldTalented British Virgin Islands sailor Colin Rathbun tops the impressive field of world-class challengers and ex-Olympians scheduled to take part later this month in the fifth runni...

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Stroke of luck – Digipoint gifts ASAJ Carifta surprise – Jamaica Observer

Stroke of luck - Digipoint gifts ASAJ Carifta surpriseJamaica Observer... Barbados, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominica, French Guiana, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Martinique, Netherlands Antilles, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, S...

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Back from Aruba, Men’s, Women’s Swimming Soundly Defeat Cabrini – Swarthmore College The Phoenix Online


Back from Aruba, Men's, Women's Swimming Soundly Defeat Cabrini
Swarthmore College The Phoenix Online
For most people, a 10-day trip to Aruba in January means hot sunny days, white sand beaches and a piña colada or two. “Swimming” entails little more than a midday wade into the Atlantic to cool off from the sun. “Dry land”? Probably a spot on the beach ...

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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


Curacao Chronicle

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


Curacao Chronicle

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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