Caribbean Business Report for 14th September 2020

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So Tropical Storm Teddy is in the Far Eastern Tropical Atlantic, heading towards the Eastern Caribbean but likely to be short-lived. Teddy is expected to make a sharp turn north – away from the islands.

Former Director of Culture Michael Aubertin will be laid to rest today. Playwright, calypsonian, comedian, author and man of many talents. The funeral service will be streamed on the Calabashtv pages on YouTube and Facebook from 2:00pm.

In the meantime here are this week’s headlines:

  • €15,000 available – deadline October 2nd 2020
  • Katie Blair will attempt St. Lucia –Martinique channel swim in October
  • Invest Saint Lucia promotes economic development in Micoud
  • Caribbean Banks promote financial literacy
  • St. Lucia accedes to Marrakesh Treaty
  • Canadian government donates computers to primary school teachers
  • Labour market survey continues
  • The Business of Music Webinars series continues September 15th
  • Vision Express renovates home for elderly Fond Assau man
  • TASC LIVE weekly spotlights the flavors of Saint Lucia at Orlando’s
  • Sagicor launches new Business Protection Plan
  • Caribbean economies face the great reset
  • InterCaribbean Airways hookup big deal for Barbados
  • InterCaribbean looking to link families and business
  • CPL 2020 – a template for success
  • Caribbean countries want fair access to non-market finance
  • Caribbean countries eye international ganja industry
  • Scotia group suffers 56% drop in net income
  • St. Kitts police to enforce penalties for face mask breaches
  • Save Time and Money by phoning in your taxes
  • Bahamas government not taking chances with fly by night borrower 

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Bernard Fanis