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A New $2.3 Billion Caribbean Port Project?

 Above: Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne examines the renderings (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Antigua could soon be home to a $2.3 billion port project. The Kylin International Group has presented its proposal to spend more than …

Carnival Ship Returning to Port After Dallas Health Worker Quarantined

 Above: Carnival Magic By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean had its first Ebola scare on Thursday night when it was discovered that a lab technician who may have handled Ebola samples at Texas Health Presbyterian hospital was on board. …

Grenada: New Port Project “On Stream”

 Above: Grenada (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff A new planned port project in the area of Sauteurs is “very much on stream,” the government said this week. Drawings have already been completed on the multimillion-dollar project and financing …

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 Above: the harbour in St John’s, Antigua (Caribbean Journal photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Antigua and Barbuda’s government has announced plans to undertake a “complete overhaul” of the Port of St John’s, the government announced Tuesday. Plans have already …

 Above: Costa Rica By the Caribbean Journal staff Costa Rica is receiving a total of $450 million in loans from the Inter-American Development Bank and China to improve its road and port infrastructure. The country will receive a $400 million …

 Above: construction at the new ferry terminal By the Caribbean Journal staff Montserrat’s Port Little Bay will soon have a new ferry terminal. The Montserrat Development Corporation is assisting with the construction of the new port arrival facility, which will …

 Above: the port of Kingston (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff China Harbour Engineering Company Limited will invest between $1.2 and $1.5 billion USD in the development of a transshipment port in Jamaica, according to Prime Minister Portia Simpson …

 Above: trucks transporting sand through the Plymouth Port (Photo: GIU) By the Caribbean Journal staff Montserrat has reopened its Plymouth Port, after a 15-year wait. The island’s government has given sand miners using the port a 50 percent reduction on …

 

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