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In sections on strategic issues, information and communications technology applications and society, and legal and environmental issues, contributors from a wide range of fields consider such topics as revisiting communications policy in South Africa and the global south, contemporary mobile applications for small-scale fisheries in Trinidad and Tobago, telework and employment relations in the English-speaking Caribbean, intellectual property rights and Caribbean information and communications technology industries, and issues of public and private liability in legislating cybercrimes in Jamaica.
Fifteen microfinance institutions in the Caribbean are participating in the second phase of the Microfinance Capacity-Building Project for the English-speaking Caribbean (Carib-Cap II), aimed at helping the region develop its microfinance industry, reports Caribbean News Now (Sept.
The two-day event, which is part of the IFC Trade Logistics project in the English-speaking Caribbean Islands, was co-hosted by Puerto Rico s Secretary of State, the Port Authority of San Juan, the US Customs and Border Protection of the Department of Homeland Security, the Puerto Rican Treasury Department, and Puerto Rico s Chamber of Commerce.
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.