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ANTIGUA | Government prepared to amend laws to prevent tax evasion

The Antigua and Barbuda government is willing to amend the necessary laws to ensure that local financial institutions are able to share banking information of dual citizenship holders with the relevant authorities in their original country of birth, if this becomes necessary.

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Caribbean Elections in the Age of Cambridge Analytica: External Interference – Antigua and Barbuda

The March 13th 2018 Grenada general election was followed (a week later) by Antigua and Barbuda’s on March 21. Devastated by two hurricanes in 2017 and with the entire population of the smaller ward island of Barbuda being forcibly moved to the mainland, Antigua and Barbuda has been busy rebuilding, with much solidarity from its Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and other Caribbean neighbors, including Cuba and Venezuela. 

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CARICOM Leaders wants Measures Put in Place for Easier Regional Travel

MONTEGO BAY, JULY 6, 2018 - Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders are proposing that measures be put in place to facilitate easier travel within the community. Among the suggestions are the establishment of a single domestic space for hassle-free intra-regional travel; and the introduction of a CARICOM multipurpose identification.

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  • Countries CARICOM
  • Published in CARICOM

Start with the Single Domestic Space for Hassle Free Travel says PM Mottley

MONTEGO BAY, July 5, 2018 -  Barbados Prime Minister  Mia Mottley is tired of the procrastination that has characterised the Caribbean Community over the years and has called for the swift implementation of the  Caricom Single Market and Economy, the flag-ship project of the community.

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  • Countries Barbados
  • Published in CARICOM

CARICOM Summit opens with calls to implement the CSME

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, July 4, 2018 - Barbados Prime Minister  Mia Mottley has cautioned Caribbean heads of government that the people of the Region will not forgive CARICOM if it continues to procrastinate or lack courage to implement the CSME.

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  • Countries CARICOM
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Venezuela: More Congratulations Follow Maduro's Re-election

More heads of state have come forward to congratulate Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro on his successful re-election on May 20, while the European Union and Organization of American States (OAS) refuse to recognize the results.

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ANTIGUA | Trade Minister Asot Michael resigns amid new scandal

Source –CMC– Trade and Investment Minister Asot Michael has tendered his resignation from the newly formed Antigua and Barbuda government, amid speculation that he was among Caribbean politicians who had received bribes from a British investor.

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  • Countries Antigua_Barbuda
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