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Favourable policy environment key to Caribbean agro-tourism integration – CTA

Barbados is among several Caribbean nations that is exploring integrating agriculture and tourism as that small Eastern Caribbean island on Wednesday opens its Agrotourism Policy Setting Workshop under the theme, “Strengthening Linkages Between Agriculture and Tourism” in the capital Bridgetown. Regional organisations, the World Bank and the World Travel and Tourism Council identify tourism and agriculture as the two critical ...

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Barbados, Guyana stock exchanges agree to cooperate; new stock exchange legislation in the pipeline

The Barbados and Guyana stock exchanges on Friday inked a memorandum of cooperation, paving the way for listed companies to trade in each other’s countries. “The two key areas of interest identified in our preliminary discussions have been that of institutional strengthening and the cross listing of securities,” Managing Director of the Barbados Stock Exchange (BSE), Marlon Yarde said at ...

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Doing business with China requires tight, transparent rules – US War College Professor

Guyana should ensure there are tight regulatory frameworks when dealing with Chinese investors to minimise the possible bribery of public officials, Research Professor of Latin American Studies at the US War College Strategic Studies Institute, Dr Evan Ellis stated recently. Delivering the 11th Vice Chancellor’s Renaissance Lecture on the topic “Transnational Organised Crime and Regional Security Dynamics in Guyana and ...

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