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Businesses have responsibility to pay taxes on time - Comptroller IRD

Gift-and-RichardsAs tax administrators from across the CARICOM region assemble in St. Kitts and Nevis for the 24th General Assembly and Technical Conference of the Caribbean Organization of Tax Administrators (COTA), Edward Gift, Comptroller of Inland Revenue Department, used the opportunity to remind entrepreneurs that the onus is on them to ensure that their taxes are paid in full and on time.

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Caribbean attorney predicted use of social media to attack US

S-M-IIn a series of communications starting as long ago as February 2014, an attorney at law in the Eastern Caribbean alerted Facebook and US federal government agencies about the use of fake or fictitious social media accounts that were being used to the detriment of genuine users and national security generally.

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OTI secures 2nd spot in Environmental Sustainability at CHIEF Awards

OTI-SKBasseterre, St. Kitts - Ocean Terrace Inn (OTI) continues to stand out in the Caribbean as a leader in Sustainable Tourism with the property receiving Runner Up for Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association’s (CHTA) Environmental Sustainability Award.

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Saudi-Russia detente heralds new oil order

Oil-321A meeting between the two men who run Russia and Saudi Arabia's oil empires spoke volumes about the new relationship between the energy superpowers.

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TDC and Renwick DUWEST host Crop and Pesticide Educational Seminars

TDC-21211A wide cross-section of farmers and public health officers in St. Kitts and Nevis have benefited from a series of informative seminars organised by the TDC Group of Companies (through the TDC Home and Building Depots) and its corporate partner, Renwick DUWEST.

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