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In its third successful year, the Caribbean Investment Forum (CIF) 2013 delivered on the promise of rich opportunities for investors seeking a foothold in the Caribbean.
This is the right time to seriously rethink the role and priorities of the most important trade association in the Caribbean - one which impacts half of all employment in the region – the Caribbean
The tourist industry in the Caribbean will benefit from more visa facilities and improvements in air transport, said Regional Director for the Americas at the World Tourism Organization, Carlos Vogele
The staff of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) wishes to express how deeply saddened they are by the sudden passing of journalist Colin Rickards.
Speaking at the Caribbean's State of the Industry Conference in St.
NEW YORK, New York - The National Tour Association (NTA) and the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) have created a partnership to promote opportunities to tourism businesses in the over 30 member co
A cooperation program between the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), which will run until the end of 2012, got underway with a Workshop on Tourism Sta
The implementation of a US$3 levy on airline tickets for persons traveling to the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) and the wider Caribbean originating in overseas markets was among deci
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad - IN the wake of the closure of the Tobago Hilton, 200 employees have been put out of work and local Minister of Tourism Joseph Ross has expressed fears over Tobago’s tourism
eThe Ecumenical Coalition on Tourism, a group advocating, “another kind of tourism is possible,” has voiced its concern over reports of a spike in crimes in the Caribbean.
Reports from Oranjested, Aruba, have confirmed that Aruba has become the first Caribbean destination to roll out self-service check-in at its airport.Aruba Airport Authority (AAA) said it is proud to announce that now KLM and Martinair passengers can use the Common Use Self Service (CUSS) check-in kiosks to check in and print their own boarding passes.
Nassau, The Bahamas (eTN) - Numbers are improving in The Bahamas, despite the effects of the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative requiring US travelers to present their passport on their return.
ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada (eTN) – The notion that regional tourism industry stands to benefit from a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed last week between the US and China is becoming generally accepted by Caribbean tourism industry stakeholders.