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    A REPORT TO INVESTIGATE IMPACTS CRUISING HAS ON THE CARIBBEAN. 1.0 TERMS OF REFERENCE Cruising in the Caribbean has grown rapidly in popularity over recent years, and whilst this is an advantage from a tourism aspect, it has also brought escalated concerns for many territories in this region. According to Nagel, G. (1999) tourism in the Caribbean had increased from 5 million to 10.6 million in the space of ten years. Since this had been found in 1996, this number has now raised to 25 million

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    1.0 TERMS OF REFERENCE Cruising in the Caribbean has grown rapidly in popularity over recent years, and whilst this is an advantage from a tourism aspect, it has also brought escalated concerns for many territories in this region. According to Nagel, G. (1999) tourism in the Caribbean had increased from 5 million to 10.6 million in the space of ten years. Since this had been found in 1996, this number has now raised to 25 million in the past year. Growing demand for cruise travel means economic

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    in the Caribbean Islands. Small but crucial assets to Europe, why did the Caribbean islands have such a big impact on the slave trade? Many European countries had colonized several regions in North and South America, yet there was something about the Caribbean’s that made them indispensable to their respective economies. The politics in Europe, the Caribbean’s fertile soil, and its demographics were key factors in the Caribbean’s importance. All three factors were essential in the Caribbean becoming

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    Caribbean Literature

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    Caribbean Literature INTRODUCTION The evolution of Caribbean Literature started centuries before the Europeans graced these shores and continues to develop today. Quite noticeably, it developed in a manner which transcended all language barriers and cultures. Today the languages of the Caribbean are rooted in that of the colonial powers - France, Britain, Spain and Holland - whose historical encounters are quite evident throughout the region. The cosmopolitan nature of the region's language and

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    theorizing the Caribbean? How has Douglarisation contributed to the identity debate? Even though there is a separation created by geographic distances and different independent states, it is still possible to talk in general terms of the Caribbean, and of Caribbean literature. The common experience of colonialism, displacement, slavery, indenture, emancipation and nationalism has shaped most West Indian environments, creating a unity of experience that can be identified as particularly Caribbean. These

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    Caribbean Brewers

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    ISSN 1940-204X Caribbean Brewers: Transfer Pricing, Ethics and Governance Douglas Kalesnikoff University of Saskatchewan Suresh Kalagnanam University of Saskatchewan INTRODUCTION It is April 2011 and you have used your newly acquired business degree to secure a management job as advisor to the chief financial officer with Caribbean Brewers Inc., located in Antigua in the Caribbean Sea. Caribbean Brewers Inc. is a 75%-owned subsidiary of Gera International, a conglomerate in the business of

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    the Caribbean. The incorporation of the Dutch into the Caribbean during the latter half of the 16th century and early 17th century came on the heels of them seeing the prosperous economic opportunities at the time dominated by the Spanish. In the Caribbean, the Dutch concentrated on wrestling from Portugal its grip on the sugar and slave trade through attacks on the Spanish treasure fleets on their homeward bound voyages. Though the prime and most active time for the Dutch in the Caribbean lasted

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    Caribbean Literature

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    2014 The Caribbean presents an unrealistic facade to outsiders; this region is the vacation hot spot with many beautiful tropical islands, perpetual sun, and clear waters – a place to rid yourself of all worries, and unwind. But there are many underlying issues in this region that most people are unaware of. In The Oxford Book of Caribbean Short Stories, written by Stewart Brown and John Wickham, there are many depictions of the difficulties that people experience in the Caribbean. A common

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    Caribbean Diaspora

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    History Paper on Caribbean Diaspora Decendents of the Caribbean Diaspora are located in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and countries that were previously colonial empires. The inhabited islands that are in the Caribbean are not only geographical regions, but also regions of the imagination, lived cultural experiences and are an interesting study in religious identity as well (Harry:2).” Colonized by European powers from the sixteenth century, the Caribbean islands have become a mixture

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    Go to The Caribbean

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    The Caribbean is a great destination for people with a small or large budget who want to experience the nightlife, casinos, watersports, natural wonders, and beautiful beaches the various islands have to offer. These islands include the serene landscape of Bermuda, the eco-tourism of Puerto Rico, duty free shopping of U.S. Virgin Islands, Bahamas and many more luxurious islands the Caribbean has to offer. Family vacation-U.S Virgin Island Anyone who enjoys saving money while shopping

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