Coronavirus in Latin America and the Caribbean: March 16, 2020

Dara from the World Health Organization The World Health Organization published the following updated figures in its March 16, 2020, situation report: Data from the World Health Organization The WHO reports 201 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Latin American and the Caribbean and three new deaths from the disease. Uruguay reported its first confirmed … Continue reading Coronavirus in Latin America and the Caribbean: March 16, 2020

Coronavirus in Latin America and the Caribbean: March 15, 2020

Data from the World Health Organization / Graph by Nathan Davis The World Health Organization published the following updated figures in its March 15, 2020, situation report: Data from the World Health Organization / Graph by Nathan Davis Antigua and Barbuda Total cases: 1New cases: 0Total deaths: 0New deaths: 0Days since last reported case: 1 … Continue reading Coronavirus in Latin America and the Caribbean: March 15, 2020

Coronavirus in Latin America and the Caribbean: March 14, 2020

The World Health Organization published the following updated figures in its March 14, 2020, situation report: Antigua and Barbuda Total cases: 1New cases: 1Total deaths: 0New deaths: 0Days since last reported case: 0 Argentina Total cases: 34New cases: 3Total deaths: 2New deaths: 1Days since last reported case: 0 Brazil Total cases: 98New cases: 21Total deaths: … Continue reading Coronavirus in Latin America and the Caribbean: March 14, 2020

Trinidad & Tobago Holds Rate, Low Credit Demand, Inflation

This article was originally published on CentralBankNews.info on September 27, 2019. It is reproduced here with permission from the author. The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago (CBTT) left its benchmark repo rate steady at 5.0 percent in light of slowing global growth, easier monetary policy by major central banks, low inflation, sluggish demand for business credit, … Continue reading Trinidad & Tobago Holds Rate, Low Credit Demand, Inflation

The Venezuelan Crisis Spills Over Into a Small Island – Trinidad and Tobago

This article was written by Faies Jafar and originally appeared on E-International Relations on August 31, 2018. It is reproduced here under CC BY-NC 4.0. The overwhelming influx of Venezuelan migrants and refugees regionally has spilled over to small island states in the Caribbean including Trinidad and Tobago which offers visa free entry for up to 90 … Continue reading The Venezuelan Crisis Spills Over Into a Small Island – Trinidad and Tobago