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Aruba Aloe/spa session, Bogotá adventure among Ritz-Carlton shore tours – Seatrade Cruise News


Aruba Aloe/spa session, Bogotá adventure among Ritz-Carlton shore tours
Seatrade Cruise News
Highlights of the Caribbean Shore Collection include an exclusive tour of Aruba Aloe in Oranjestad, paired with an aloe-based treatment at The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Aruba; an overland adventure to Bogotá, Colombia; and exploring Belize's marine and ...

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CFT criticizes Curaçao for poor communication; Minister disagrees

WILLEMSTAD – The criticism from the Council for Financial Supervision (CFT) that the communication between Curacao and the CFT is bad was denied by the Minister of Finance Kenneth Gijsbertha. But Gijsbertha does recognize that certain information was not sufficient, including the action matrix. The CFT wrote in its letter of August 29 that it […]

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CFT criticizes Curaçao for poor communication; Minister disagrees

WILLEMSTAD – The criticism from the Council for Financial Supervision (CFT) that the communication between Curacao and the CFT is bad was denied by the Minister of Finance Kenneth Gijsbertha. But Gijsbertha does recognize that certain information was not sufficient, including the action matrix. The CFT wrote in its letter of August 29 that it […]

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CFT criticizes Curaçao for poor communication; Minister disagrees

WILLEMSTAD – The criticism from the Council for Financial Supervision (CFT) that the communication between Curacao and the CFT is bad was denied by the Minister of Finance Kenneth Gijsbertha. But Gijsbertha does recognize that certain information was not sufficient, including the action matrix. The CFT wrote in its letter of August 29 that it […]

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China to lend Venezuela $5 billion

BEIJING – China has agreed to extend a $5 billion credit line to cash-strapped Venezuela, as President Nicolas Maduro headed to Beijing, Bloomberg News reported. Venezuelan finance minister, Simon Zerpa, told Bloomberg that Venezuela would repay the loan with either cash or oil. The two countries were also expected to sign what Zerpa described as […]

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China to lend Venezuela $5 billion

BEIJING – China has agreed to extend a $5 billion credit line to cash-strapped Venezuela, as President Nicolas Maduro headed to Beijing, Bloomberg News reported. Venezuelan finance minister, Simon Zerpa, told Bloomberg that Venezuela would repay the loan with either cash or oil. The two countries were also expected to sign what Zerpa described as […]

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China to lend Venezuela $5 billion

BEIJING – China has agreed to extend a $5 billion credit line to cash-strapped Venezuela, as President Nicolas Maduro headed to Beijing, Bloomberg News reported. Venezuelan finance minister, Simon Zerpa, told Bloomberg that Venezuela would repay the loan with either cash or oil. The two countries were also expected to sign what Zerpa described as […]

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The Consul-General of The People’s Republic of China in Curaçao and the Curaçao Chinese Club donate books to the National Library

WILLEMSTAD – When the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the Government of Guangdong Province, China OCAOG made the decision to send Chinese books for the library of the Curaçao Chinese Club and Chinese School Curaçao, their board has decided to donate the books to the National Library. Their idea is to promote the local Chinese […]

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The Consul-General of The People’s Republic of China in Curaçao and the Curaçao Chinese Club donate books to the National Library

WILLEMSTAD – When the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the Government of Guangdong Province, China OCAOG made the decision to send Chinese books for the library of the Curaçao Chinese Club and Chinese School Curaçao, their board has decided to donate the books to the National Library. Their idea is to promote the local Chinese […]

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