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JAMAICA'S Vote to withdraw Recognition of Venezuela disgraceful says PNP

KINGSTON, Jamaica, January 11, 2019: The Opposition People's National Party Shadow Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Lisa Hanna, says Jamaica’s vote yesterday in the Organisation of the American States (OAS), not to recognise Nicolas Maduro's second term as president of Venezuela,  has departed from the traditional principles on which the nation has relied for decades and has thereby brought into disgrace, the country’s image in the international community.

Venezuela suspends oil delivery to some Caribbean countries

Platts Oilgram News Market Report says  Venezuela’s PDVSA  is suspending petroleum deliveries to about half of the Caribbean countries in its Petrocaribe agreement due to fall in crude production and the effects of the United States sanctions on that country's economy.
  • Published in Energy

US$2 Billion Raised Will Result In Significant Benefits says Byles

KINGSTON, August 14, 2015 - Co-Chair of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee (EPOC), Richard Byles, says the recent move by the Government in raising US$2 billion of bonds on the international financial markets, will have significant benefits for the country, its debt stock and financial position going forward.

U.S. wants to reduce Caribbean dependence on Venezuelan oil

Washington, Jan 27 (EFE).- The U.S. government has urged Carribean countries to accept a new energy paradigm based on private investment in order to diversify its energy sources and reduce dependence on "Petrocaribe", the Venezuelan plan for subsidized oil.
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