Tag Archives: Caribbean

Latin America: Vulnerability of Migrants Continues

Economic opportunity stimulates migration but recipient countries create obstacles for foreigners to stay.

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Latin America Inequality Stays Despite Economic Growth

Despite the achievements in human development matters, Latin America and the Caribbean continue to be the region of the world with the highest income inequality.

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A Clean Energy Revolution in the Caribbean

Burdened by high energy costs and situated on the front lines of a changing climate, Caribbean countries are on the verge of a sustainable energy revolution. Clean energy technologies are making headway throughout the Caribbean—and the U.S. should take note.

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A Sugar Rush That Could Fuel The Indian Economy

  The public and media were outraged recently after a suggestion that petrol (gas) stations could be closed from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. to curb consumption. Oil import is the heaviest burden on India’s foreign exchange, at $144 billion last year. The situation could get worse, given the potential for an increase in crude prices with further destabilization in …

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