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Is It Right?
Antigua & Barbuda sets great store on the due diligence it claims to carry out before issuing a passport to a foreign national.
Antigua and Barbuda
21 Jun 2019
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Expropriation Derangement Syndrome
Aggression without consequences becomes acceptable behaviour. When aggression is crowned by success it creates a heady and addictive euphoria.
Antigua and Barbuda
21 Jun 2019
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Antigua's Toxic Cocktail: Fact v Fiction
In a culture where gossip is news, where questions are met with indignation instead of answers, and where, by law, the Ministers' definition of "public good" cannot be questioned, facts and fiction are readily and frequently intermingled in the Government's announcements and news releases.
Antigua and Barbuda
6 Nov 2009
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Pirates Of The Caribbean – Expropriation In Antigua
The expropriation and nationalisation of the Half Moon Bay Resort and other interests of American, Canadian and British nationals by the Government of Antigua and Barbuda has been the subject of numerous articles and debates.
Antigua and Barbuda
1 May 2008
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Expropriation in Antigua & Barbuda
After sixteen months of power, The Government of Antigua & Barbuda, led by the United Progressive Party under the stewardship of the Honourable Baldwin Spencer, has once again sent mixed signals on its adoption of international good practice with regard to foreign direct investment.
Antigua and Barbuda
27 Jul 2005
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Invest In Antigua & Barbuda?
"You are an enemy of the State - no white woman can be allowed to own such property!" screamed Senator Asot Michael, Antigua’s former Junior Finance Minister in the face of Mrs Natalia Querard, Managing Director of HMB holdings Limited.
Antigua and Barbuda
6 May 2005
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