Can ‘Latin America and the Caribbean’ even be regarded as an integrated economy? If anything, the Caribbean’s fortunes are more tied to the North American economy.
17 Caribbean countries have been named as tax havens in a U.S. act, potentially setting the stage for disastrous financial consequences.
‘Mutual incomprehension’ is best the best way to describe the current relationship between the Anglophone Caribbean and the Dominican Republic.
Many Caribbean countries are lacking standards for sanitary and phytosanitary measures for fish and seafood, which makes international exports impossible
The historic U.S. accord to limit Iran’s nuclear capability in exchange for the lifting of crippling sanctions and the debt crisis in Greece will have global repercussions, with lessons that could be beneficial to the Caribbean.
Because of China’s contributions to global growth, the Caribbean and other regions should pay attention to its current market slump. China may not be in everyone’s good graces, but it is in the global community’s best interest for its stock exchange difficulties to improve.