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The company could re-study its investment plan in Jamaica and the wider Caribbean region should Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC) be given the regulatory approval for its proposed USD3 billion buyout of another regional operator, Columbus International, said the chief executive of international wireless operator Digicel Group.
The objective of joining forces is to achieve common goals and enhance partnerships and synergies for conservation and sustainable management of coastal and marine resources in areas of mutual importance within the wider Caribbean region.
gigas was exploited heavily in the wider Caribbean region during the late 20th century (Theile 2001), with many fisheries on the verge of collapse at the onset of the 21st century (e.
Given the recent crisis surrounding Glendairy prison in Barbados, combined with ongoing debates about punishment and the Caribbean Court of Justice in the wider Caribbean region, Diana Paton's No Bond but the Law: Punishment, Race, and Gender in Jamaican State Formation, 1780-1870 is a timely contribution.
Countries of the wider Caribbean region and Latin America, including Cuba, Curacao, the Netherlands Antilles and Puerto Rico have participated as observers in the meetings of certain of the Community's Organs and Institutions, such as the Standing Committee on Agriculture and the Council on Human and Social Development.
Protocol concerning Co-operation in Combating Oil Spills in the Wider Caribbean Region
The Caribbean Regional Fund for Wastewater Management (CReW), established in 2011, seeks to provide sustainable financing for the wastewater sector, support policy and legislative reform, and foster regional dialogue and knowledge exchange among key stakeholders in the Wider Caribbean Region.
We look forward to a relationship that can engender new opportunities not just for Trinidad and Tobago, but also for the wider Caribbean region.