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Will Stanford Charge Impact The Antiguan Economy?

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Feb. 18, 2009: As the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission moved to charge billionaire R. Allen Stanford with defrauding investors in an alleged $8 billion scheme involving certificates of deposit, questions quickly turned to the possible impact on the Antigua and Barbuda economy, where the businessman runs his Stanford International Bank. The bank is headed ...

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What Now For Sir Allen Stanford?

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Feb. 18, 2009:  Now that the Securities and Exchange Commission has filed formal charges against financial adviser and Texas billionaire Robert Allen Stanford, what exactly happens next? For one thing, Stanford, a top political donor and largely celebrated by many Caribbean nationals in the region and the U.S., has to be officially arrested and charged. ...

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Is4we.Com, The World’s First And Only Caribbean Dedicated Search Engine Launched

CaribPR Wire, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Feb. 18, 2009: Persons wishing to surf the net for Caribbean content without having to navigate a sea of spam and billions of unrelated pages, can now finally do so.  is4we, Inc., a small up-and-coming IT outfit headquartered in Dominica, on January 13th 2009, launched http://www.is4we.com, a Search Engine dedicated to serving exclusive Caribbean ...

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Caribbean American AG Sees U.S. As `Essentially Nation Of Cowards` On Race

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Thurs. Feb. 19, 2009: The U.S.` first Caribbean American Attorney General stirred controversy in some quarters on Wednesday by declaring that the U.S in many way was `essentially a nation of cowards.` Eric Holder, Jr., at the Department of Justice African American History Month Program insisted that, `Though this nation has proudly thought of itself as an ...

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French President To Meet With Guadeloupe Officials Today

CaribWorldNews, PARIS, France, Thurs. Feb. 19, 2009: French President Nicolas Sarkozy is set to meet officials from Guadeloupe in Paris today. The meeting comes following the death of one person following  month-long riots and strikes on the dependent French territory over the rise in the cost of living. The dead man has been identified as union official Jacques Bino, who ...

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