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DIAGEO RESERVE Announces WORLD CLASS Bartender Of The Year 2012 For Latin America And The Caribbean

RIO DE JANEIRO, July 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Last week, Stephon Scott, of the On Deck Pub at the Tradewinds Hotel in Trinidad & Tobago, was announced as the 2012 DIAGEO RESERVE WORLD CLASS Bartender of the Year for Latin America and the Caribbean at the Global Final held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. “We were truly impressed by Stephon’s ...

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Extra-territoriality and the Caribbean

By David Jessop News Americas, LONDON, England, Tues. July 17, 2012: In 2010 the US Congress enacted legislation that will have the effect of extending the reach of US tax law to the Caribbean and all other countries. Although the full and final detail of its implementation has yet to be spelt out, its impact is likely to be particularly ...

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Eva Louise Kemeny Rausing – A Tribute

Eva and her beloved husband, Hans Kristian Rausing. LONDON, July 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — The Kemeny family is deeply distressed by the tragedy of their daughter, Eva’s, death and have seen the widespread worldwide media coverage of her difficulties over the last few days. Eva would have wanted the memory of her life to be used to benefit others facing ...

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Banks, Fraud And The Caribbean

From L to R: Michael Bloomberg; David Paterson; Bruce Ratner; Marty Markowitz and Robert E. Diamond, at the Atlantic Yards Ground Breaking Ceremony, held on 3/10/2010, in Brooklyn, New York. Mr. Robert E. Diamond, was Barclays CEO at the time of the ground breaking ceremony. (Hayden Roger Celestin image) By David Jessop News Americas, LONDON, England, Fri. July 6, 2012: ...

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Group Tries To Get CARICOM To Put The Spotlight On Ganja

CARICOM Secretary General, Irwin LaRocque, addressing the 33rd Meeting of Heads of Govts. on July 4, 2012. News Americas, CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Fri. July 6, 2012: Some CARICOM nations may be at odds over perceived trade imbalances but an issue not on the body’s agenda actually is making regional heads. As regional gathered for the 33rd CARICOM heads of state ...

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Colette Burnett of Super Wings N.Y. Turns New Business Into Hot & Spicy Success Honored as Entrepreneur of the Year

Colette Burnett, r, and Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz. (Photo credit: Lerone Ault Photography) CaribPR Wire, BROOKLYN, N.Y., Weds. July 4, 2012: Colette Burnett, owner of Super Wings N.Y., recently accepted the “Entrepreneur of the Year Award” from Borough President Marty Markowitz at the 7th Annual Caribbean-American Heritage Month Economic Development Power Networking Brunch at Brooklyn Borough Hall. “It’s an ...

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Caribbean American Congresswoman Faces Primary Election Day Challenge

News Americas, BROOKLYN, NY, Mon. June 25, 2012: Caribbean American Congresswoman, Yvette D. Clarke, will face a challenge to her seat tomorrow, when Democratic primary elections are contested in New York City. The congresswoman, a third term incumbent, is facing a challenge from attorney and Reverend Sylvia Kinard, the former wife of former NYC Comptroller, Bill Thompson, who is running ...

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Balbour & Pino Realtors Ltd. Launches in Jamaica

KINGSTON, Jamaica, June 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Balbour & Pino Realtors Ltd. officially launches operations as of May 1, 2012. Balbour & Pino Realtors Ltd., a closely held company specializing in brokerage, advisory, marketing, and relocation services, launched on the island of Jamaica. Mr. Richard Pino, Chief Financial Officer and Real Estate Broker in New York City, saw an opportunity ...

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Caribe Funeral Home–One of Brooklyn´s Largest Funeral Chapels opens new location

Offering Funeral Services For New York´s International Communities, Especially the Caribbean and Latin American Communities BROOKLYN, N.Y.– Caribe Funeral and Floral Studio (www.caribefuneral.com) has debuted their new location. Caribe hosted a Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening ceremony last week at their new location, 1922 Utica Avenue (between Avenues L and M). New York State Assembly members Rhoda S. Jacobs (D–District ...

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The Caribbean Is Renewable Energy Rich Says Investor

Jay Yeo, President of Solamon Energy, addressing the 2012 Invest Caribbean Now power forum on June 6th in NYC. (Sharon Bennett image) CaribPR Wire, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 22, 2012: The Caribbean region is rich in renewable energy and possesses tremendous capacity for solar, geothermal, tidal and wind projects. That’s according to Jay Yeo, President of Solamon Energy, which ...

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