Improved disaster risk management

Imperatives for Caribbean ports ny country that relies on life-sustaining supplies from overseas sources must ensure that their seaports and airports able to function as required. This means that well

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Tips on smart budgeting

Make transition to the post-Covid world easier By Rawle Baddaloo* udgeting in the Maritime sector is not an easy task. A budget is basically a financial plan for a determined period. And although the

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Fast track to climate disaster

Moral and economic madness pril 4, 2022 was a cold day in New York. But it was a fierce and fiery António Guterres that faced the world to deliver the findings of the Third Intergovernmental Panel on

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Financing port development

A regional framework for port development financing By Jan Sierhuis COVID-19 further emptied the coffers of most Caribbean governments. More than ever, Caribbean ports will have to depend on private f

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How to do ’22

The choices; what to do; where to begin By Joseph Cervenak* n October 2010, I wrote an article about Caribbean businesses and their potentials for a successful 2011. Included in that article was a to-

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