CARIBBEAN NEWS HEADLINES FOR WEDNESDAY 7TH NOVEMBER 2012

Well over two weeks after general elections in Curacao and some five days after the newly elected members of parliament were sworn in, the island’s political parties are still struggling to form a coalition government.

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The United Nations food relief agency and the Haitian government are seeking to raise $74 million over the next 12 months to help the country’s agricultural sector recover from the impact of Hurricane Sandy.

The Trinidad and Tobago economy could experience real growth of one percent in 2012 and 2.5 percent in 2012, predicted Central Bank Governor, Jwala Rambarran, during the presentation of the Monetary Policy 2012.

The government of Barbados has set up a 12-member reparations task force, which will be chaired by Professor Pedro Welch, and have Monsignor Vincent Blackett, as the deputy.

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