May 2010
Caribbean Update;May2010, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p19
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs from Saint Kitts & Nevis as of May 2010, including a financing deal reached by West Indies Power and the Bank of Nova Scotia to finance a ten megawatt geothermal power plant, the 97,046 U.S. dollar loan received by the Nevis Sea Island Cotton Producers Cooperative from the Japan Grant Assistance for Grass Roots Human Security, and the second British Airways inaugural flight from Great Britain.


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