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Antigua Could Liberalize Telecom Sector

Above: PM Baldwin Spencer By the Caribbean Journal staff The Antiguan government is embarking on a series of programmes aimed at liberalizing the telecommunications sector in the country in 2012. “We really need to sit down, government, APUA and the […]

Antigua Passes New Election Bill

Above: Antigua’s Parliament By the Caribbean Journal staff Antigua’s House of Representatives passed a bill that will make several major changes to the country’s electoral commission, along with making minor adjustments to the process of maintaining a registry of electors […]


Chinese Delegation Visits Antigua

Above: Antigua’s Parliament By the Caribbean Journal staff A 20-member delegation from China’s National People’s Congress is visiting Antigua today for a series of talks with government officials. The Chinese delegation will hold meetings with Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer today […]


Antigua House Passes Basseterre Treaty

Above: the Antiguan Parliament (Photo: ABG) By the Caribbean Journal staff Antigua’s Lower House of Parliament passed the Revised Treaty of Basseterre yesterday, establishing the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States Economic Union Act 2011. The revised treaty creates a single […]

Antigua Works to Be Digitally Competitive

Above: Antigua PM Dr Baldwin Spencer By the Caribbean Journal staff Antigua’s ICT Fest is underway, part of a plan Dr Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer said aims at making the country digitally competitive. “Today the government of Antigua and Barbuda […]

Following China's Lead, South Korea Looks to Caribbean Market

Above: Antigua PM Baldwin Spencer and South Korea FM Kim Sung Hwan (UN Photos: Eskinder Debebe and JC McIlwaine) By Alexander Britell China has been extending its influence and investment in the Caribbean region over the last several years, highlighted […]

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Antigua, Indonesia Establish Relations

Above: PM Baldwin Spencer and Foreign Minister Dr RM Marty Matalegawa (Photo: Antigua Government) By the Caribbean Journal staff Antigua and Barbuda and Indonesia have established formal diplomatic relations, following the signing of an agreement by Antigua Prime Minister Baldwin […]

Caribbean PMs Join Barbados Row over Doctors Trained in Cuba

A controversy in Barbados over the training of doctors in Cuba has extended beyond its shores. Last week, Dr Carlos Chase, president of the Barbados Association of Medical Practitioners, in an email to BAMP’s members, expressed concerns about an alleged […]


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