The article appeared on Conde Nast Traveler’s website on October 30 and in the publication’s enewsletter on November 2. Written by Mark Ellwood, it notes that the destination was season largely unharmed following hurricanes Maria and Irma that is welcoming visitors and calls it “increasingly appealing.”
China has boosted the state coffers of Dominica by US$14 million to be used for post-Hurricane Maria recovery. The island suffered widespread destruction and was cut off from the rest of the world for more than 36 hours when the category five storm hit on September 18.
Antigua and Barbuda is ranked as the Caribbean’s top Citizenship by Investment programme, while Grenada and St. Kitts and Nevis are ranked second and third respectively, according to the Global Residence and Citizenship Programme (GRCP) 2017–2018 report.
It had been a few years since I was last in Grenada, but I recognized the lady selling nutmeg in Market Square from my last visit. There were a lot of ladies plying their wares there, but she was a standout in a brilliant tropical dress and head wrap. As before, she did not want her photo taken, so I bought a miniature grater and some of her nutmeg jam and got a shy smile of thanks in return. Grenada is full of polite, welcoming folks, always ready with a “good morning” or “good day.”
Immigrants are essential to economic growth in America. That is the conclusion of a recent report on The Economic and Fiscal Consequences of Immigration released by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS). What are the three reasons why immigrants are important to economic growth? Labor force growth, entrepreneurship and human capital.
Portugal has once again recorded a series of positive economic results in the space of just one week. The unemployment rate hit a new low, debt yields fell to their best rates ever, overall well-being continued to improve, while the EU has revised Portugal’s budget deficit forecast down to just 1.4% for 2017.
Charlie Airlines, an airline operating under the name “Cyprus Airways,” has announced six new destinations for its growing route network. The airline plans to connect the Greek capital of Athens and Larnaca, starting on March 29, 2018. The airline will be competing with Aegean Airlines, Blue Air, and Cobalt Air on this route, which combined flew over 800,000 passengers on the route in 2016.
A lot of people come to the UAE on tourist visa and some of them do not return to their home countries. There are some who have residence/employment visa, but stay on despite cancellation due to different reasons.