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American Caribbean - How to make regional fashion better

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How to make regional fashion better

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Caribbean fashion industry stakeholders got a heads-up on their industry’s potential for development with a seminar facilitated through the Latin American and Caribbean Economic System’s (SELA) Single Market and Economy Programme last week. Participants from several countries in the region joined Barbadians representing the sector at Hilton Barbados for the exposé on an industry that recorded an increase of $3.4 trillion in 2012 and employs about 75 million people worldwide.

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AP PHOTOS: A selection of our favorite images from Latin America and the Caribbean

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When Cubans go to the beach to cool off during the summer, they use any kind of transportation they can find: bus, horse drawn carriage, classic cars from the 1950s. A different kind of transportation has been in the spotlight in southern Mexico, where police cracked down on Central American migrants as they traveled on foot, bus or the infamous freight train known as the "La Bestia" on their way north to the United States.

West Indian–American Day Carnival: Caribbean culture in New York

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West Indian–American Day Carnival: Caribbean culture in New York

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The annual West Indian–American Day Carnival draws close to two million people to Crown Heights in Brooklyn each year. During the seven-hour New York carnival, steel-pan and calypso bands in elaborate costumes march down Eastern Parkway, and vendors sell homestyle island grub along the route. The pre-parade festivities begin before dawn with J’ouvert ("daybreak" in French), an irreverent festival held before the main event.

How to make regional fashion better

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How to make regional fashion better

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Caribbean fashion industry stakeholders got a heads-up on their industry’s potential for development with a seminar facilitated through the Latin American and Caribbean Economic System’s (SELA) Single Market and Economy Programme last week. Participants from several countries in the region joined Barbadians representing the sector at Hilton Barbados for the exposé on an industry that recorded an increase of $3.4 trillion in 2012 and employs about 75 million people worldwide.

Caribbean-American clout through an accurate count - NY Daily News

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Just before the huge West Indian American Day Carnival Parade, the nation’s most visible symbol of Caribbean-American power, News Americas Now.com publisher Felicia Persaud will air some significant progress toward an accSeeking to gauge Caribbean-American clouturate census tally of Caribbean-Americans and a precise measure of their respectable economic and political clout. During the VIP-laden pre-parade breakfast on Sept.

Eastmond out of nationals

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Eastmond out of nationals

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REIGNING Central American and Caribbean (CAC) lightweight champion Sammy Eastmond has been ruled out by injury from today’s national bodybuilding championships slated for the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre. The dynamic Eastmond hurt his left shoulder in the gym a few weeks ago and has been unable to train with heavy weights ever since.

Colorful Nuevo Latino Fare At Mambo

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Colorful Nuevo Latino Fare At Mambo

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If it's true that we "eat with our eyes," then Mambo Cocina Latina is a true visual feast. The Nuevo Latino eatery on New Haven's State Street produces a bevy of Spanish, Caribbean and South American dishes, all vibrant in both color and flavor. Take the tower of tuna tartare, layered with rosy raw fish and creamy green avocado and flanked by canary-yellow plantain chips. Seafood paella, bright with pink shrimp, saffron and green onion, can also be regally crowned with half a lobster.

Dow Chemical to Bring PacXpert in Partnership with Darplas - Analyst Blog

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The Dow Chemical Company ( DOW ) has declared its collaboration with Darplas, a Latin American producer of liquid and high barrier packaging. Darplas has secured the license for Dow's PacXpert Packaging technology and will produce packages in Columbia for its customers in the Andean region, Central America and the Caribbean.Dow's shares rose 0.6% during the trading session on Aug 19 and closed the day at $53.08. The stock is up roughly 22% so far this year.

Suriname opens consulate in Bangalore

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Bangalore, Aug 9 (IANS) South America's smallest sovereign country Suriname Saturday opened a consulate here and appointed industrialist Asif Iqbal as its honorary consul for south India, with consular jurisdiction over Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Iqbal is the executive director of the Latin American Caribbean Federation of India and president of the Defence Technology Infrastructure Society of India.

Supporting the North American, Central American and Caribbean (NACAC) Athletics Association U23 Championships

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KAMLOOPS, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Aug 8, 2014) - Department of Canadian Heritage Cathy McLeod, Member of Parliament (Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo), on behalf of the Honourable Bal Gosal, Minister of State (Sport), today announced $200,000 in funding for Athletics Canada. This funding, provided through Sport Canada's Hosting Program, supports the hosting of the 2014 North American, Central American and Caribbean (NACAC) Athletics Association U23 Championships.

Argentina economy will likely contract - UN

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Argentina economy will likely contract - UN

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Santiago - Argentina's economy probably will contract in 2014, the head of the United Nation's body for Latin American and the Caribbean said on Monday, as fallout from a new sovereign debt crisis would keep the region's third-biggest economy out of foreign debt markets.The UN's Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (Eclac) lowered its gross domestic product growth forecast for Argentina to 0.2% earlier on Monday from a previous forecast of 1.0%.