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Monday, August 14, 2006 



Lateral thinking needed to unite Caribbean and Diaspora

Monday, August 14, 2006

by Bevan Springer, Amsterdam News


Uniting the Caribbean Diaspora is back on the agenda, following news that the Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO), under the leadership of Bahamian Secretary-General Vincent Vanderpool-Wallace, is seriously trying to integrate the Diaspora in its plans, the fruit of which will be the greater contribution of our gifts, talents and abilities to our own development in the marketplace and that in the Caribbean region.

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