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Lessons Learned? Prepa Overhaul in Times of Maria – Caribbean Business

Lessons Learned? Prepa Overhaul in Times of MariaCaribbean BusinessWeeks before those first 155-mph sustained winds ran roughshod over the island, Ricardo Ramos, who was the then-executive director of the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (Prepa), t...

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Lessons Learned? Surviving the Disaster’s Aftermath – Caribbean Business


Lessons Learned? Surviving the Disaster's Aftermath
Caribbean Business
20, 2018, issue of Caribbean Business. Getting through Sept. 20, 2017, was the first step. Then, it was surviving the following months of recovery. Now that the island has passed Hurricane Maria's one-year anniversary, and Puerto Ricans are getting on ...

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[Editorial] Masters of Disaster – Caribbean Business

[Editorial] Masters of DisasterCaribbean Business20, 2018, issue of Caribbean Business. The recent firefight between politicos on the national and insular stage over the thousands of people who died in Puerto Rico as a consequence of Hurricane Maria ha...

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Death Matters – Caribbean Business


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Death Matters
Caribbean Business
20, 2018, issue of Caribbean Business. Three thousand deaths are a staggering number. Perhaps, so astounding that we have not yet fully captured the enormity of the experience. So, let us conduct a thought experiment. Suppose a terrorism attack on ...
How Puerto Rico's Businesses Are Adapting to the 'New Normal' One Year After Hurricane MariaInc.com
One Year After Hurricane Maria, USVI, Puerto Rico Still StrugglesNews Americas Now - Caribbean And Latin America Daily News

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Zacks Market Edge Highlights: Global X Greek ETF, Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, American … – Nasdaq

NasdaqZacks Market Edge Highlights: Global X Greek ETF, Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, American ...NasdaqFor Immediate Release. Chicago, IL - September 20, 2018 - Zacks Market Edge is a podcast hosted weekly by Zacks Stock Strategist ...

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Lessons for Reviving Caribbean Tourism One Year After Hurricanes’ Devastation – Skift


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Lessons for Reviving Caribbean Tourism One Year After Hurricanes' Devastation
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The Caribbean Tourism Organization said earlier this year that it plans to launch its first regional marketing campaign in more than a decade to communicate which islands, hotels, resorts, and attractions are operational or have reopened, and spread ...

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Hurricane Maria – A personal story – Caribbean Business


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Hurricane Maria – A personal story
Caribbean Business
–Scott Smith is the Community and Pet editor at ConsumersAdvocate.org, as well as an inspirational speaker, writer and animal defender. He also runs the “Everybody Loves Sammy” online community. On September 20, 2017, an enormous hurricane ...
One Year After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico's Businesses Are Regrouping--and Preparing for the Next DisasterInc.com
ASCERTAINMENT OF THE ESTIMATED EXCESS MORTALITY FROM HURRICANE MARÍA IN PUERTO RICOMilken Institute School of Public Health - The George Washington University

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Turkish foreign minister arrives in Suriname on Thursday – Caribbean News Now (press release) (blog)

Caribbean News Now (press release) (blog)Turkish foreign minister arrives in Suriname on ThursdayCaribbean News Now (press release) (blog)Caribbean News Now contributor. PARAMARIBO, Suriname — After several changes in dates, Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu will becom...

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Another global financial crisis for developing countries? – Caribbean Life


Another global financial crisis for developing countries?
Caribbean Life
Thus, most countries accumulate dollars as a precaution, i.e., for 'protection', eschewing other options, such as investing in socially desirable projects. Policy makers not only failed to address these weaknesses following the 2008-2009 global ...

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Three companies leave Committee of Unsecured Creditors – Caribbean Business

Three companies leave Committee of Unsecured CreditorsCaribbean BusinessSAN JUAN – Puerto Rico Hospital Supply, Total Petroleum Puerto Rico Corp., and Peerless Oil & Chemicals, have resigned from the Committee of Unsecured Creditors. A document sub...

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