The Weekly Brief: Greater Caribbean

Central America. South Korea signed a free trade agreement with Central American countries; Canada eyes Nicaragua's energy; and Fitch believes in Panamá’s investment grade.


Greater Antilles. Cuba will adopt a single currency; Jamaica found oil onshore; and Puerto Rico is changing its power.


Lesser Antilles. The Bahamas will have a new oil refinery and storage facility; Barbados will renew its natural gas infrastructure; and Citgo slowed down Aruba's refinery revamp.


South America’s Caribbean Coast. Tensions between Guyana and Venezuela are increasing; Venezuela finally issued the Petro; and Eco (Atlantic) goes after Eco (Guyana).


Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in the US’ help facing Venezuela’s sanctions (English); Guyana’s oil refinery (English); and Colombia’s protests shutting oil fields (English).


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