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Last week's leading, regional stories; Have we mastered the art of "business-friendliness" in the Caribbean or, do we have a long way to go? Also, former Attorney General of Belize and current judge of Saint Lucia's High Court, Godfrey Smith addresses "justice and law" in the region.
In local news; Saint Lucia's new Governor General delivered his first throne speech on March 20 before chaos would ensue during day two of the House sitting. Talks of Geothermal Resource exploration in specified areas continuous. These stories and more below!
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Caribbean states must look to widespread reforms to climb the ‘Ease of Doing Business’ rankings and attract vital investment.
Those who hung around the chamber after Thursday’s House sitting broke for lunch could not have been prepared for what followed in the absence of new Speaker Andy Daniel.
On 14 April 2011 then Prime Minister Stephenson King, during his budget presentation, stated the following: While the recession was still strong in the rest of the OECS member countries...
Earlier in March news broke that the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) was officially assessing the application of Curacao and Sint Maarten for associate membership.
It is taken as a universally acknowledged truth in Western democracies that a strong rule-of-law tradition fosters stability and growth.
Charlin Bodley, energy officer in the Ministry of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy informed the crowd of locals at the Castries Constituency Council on Friday March 16...
His Excellency Sir Emmanuel Neville Cenac, GCSL, GCMG, Governor General of Saint Lucia, delivered his first Throne Speech to the Nation on Tuesday, March 20, 2018.