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The agreement seeks to promote the city's architectural heritage, the traditions of the immigrants from the English-speaking Caribbean islands (Cocolos) who came to work in the sugar industry, the sugar industry itself, and baseball traditions as complements to beach and sun tourism.
Her non-fiction works include The A-Z of Jamaican Heritage, The Encyclopedia of Jamaican Heritage, and Working Miracles: Women's Lives in the English-Speaking Caribbean.
Jamaica is a long awaited destination for Melia Hotels International; the English-speaking Caribbean is a major focus in our global expansion strategy," said Gabriel Escarrer, Melia Hotels International Chairman.
The Caribbean region--in particular, the English-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) island states and the Dominican Republic (1)--is different in many ways from other regions facing serious security threats.
Based in Trinidad, Flavorite is the largest ice cream company in the English-speaking Caribbean.
What English-speaking Caribbean nation qualified for the soccerworld cup finals in France in 1998?
His former employer, a relic of the British Empire, had until recently enjoyed a monopolistic reign over the English-speaking Caribbean, where hordes of expatriate managers coasted in plantation-style luxury.
The various Mayan groups still speak their indigenous languages, and an English Creole dialect similar to the Creole dialects of the English-speaking Caribbean Islands is spoken by most.