Culture is one of the main attractions for tourists, and some feel the Caribbean tourism industry should do more to market each country’s unique cultural heritage.
Money problems are setting the stage for 2011 to be an active year for hotel-mortgage restructurings and takeovers. One property that might be up for grabs is the sprawling Atlantis resort complex in the Bahamas.
A US-Cuba cable released by WikiLeaks exposed the United State’s and Cuba’s lack of trust of Jamaican officials, who are seen as aiding and abetting drug dealers.
People should be especially wary of doing business with certain people who were connected with CLICO, as it turns out the company was a den of thieves.
Clico bankruptcy proceedings have uncovered more unusual investments made by the poorly managed company.
The first print and online magazine focused exclusively on the Caribbean’s numerous dive and ecotourism attractions has been launched.
FirstCaribbean International Bank in Cayman has won its second prestigious Bracken Bank of the Year title from acclaimed magazine, The Banker. The Banker is published by the Financial Times of London.
Cable & Wireless Communications today announced that it has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding with the Government The Bahamas to acquire a 51% interest in the Bahamas Telecommunications Company.
Examples abound of government-supported homophobia in the Caribbean.