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Some of the most advanced digital currency pilot projects can be found in the Caribbean.
A new report released by Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) has put the special economic zone’s economic impact during the first 10 years of its operation at US$502 million.
Cayman may have become a ‘victim of its own success’ with high prices for food, housing and utilities outstripping those expenses in the US...
Cayman’s “really strong” economic and fiscal position means it is the best-placed country in the Caribbean to respond meaningfully to the current crisis, according to economist Marla Dukharan.
The Cayman Compass talks to Trinidadian economist Marla Dukharan about rethinking the way Caribbean economies should be structured post-COVID 19.
This year's Economic Forum, hosted by the Chamber of Commerce and the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, will be held virtually next month.
Current economic projections predict recessions all over the world at levels rarely, if ever, seen before. The Cayman Islands, for instance, is facing a 15% contraction of its economic activity this year. But what does this really mean? In terms of economic activity, it would transport the islands back to where they were in 2013.
economist Marla Dukharan writes in her COVID-19 Caribbean Economic Impact Report,
Balancing quantity with quality should be a key consideration for tourism destinations like the Cayman Islands, according to two guest speakers at the 2018 Annual Tourism Conference.