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Invest Caribbean Now to be held in NYC June

A United Nations-type "general assembly" of Ministers from more than a dozen governments from the English, French, Dutch and Spanish-speaking Latin America and Caribbean regions, as well as investors, will convene in June in New York City. 

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Friday, April 12, 2013
Friday, April 12, 2013

NEW YORK, April 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — A United Nations-type “general assembly” of ministers from over a dozen governments from the English, French, Dutch and Spanish-speaking Latin America and Caribbean regions, as well as several investors will convene in June in New York City.


The spotlight will be on investment opportunities in the economically viable LATAM region as Premier of the Turks & Caicos Islands and well other ministers of governments from this region gather for the international investment forum, Avalon Invest Caribbean Now 2013, (ICN 2013), on June 5th at the Radisson Martinique in NYC.

“Contrary to popular opinion, the Caribbean region is not just a vacation destination but a region that is rich in its diversity of investment opportunities and talent,” commented Invest Caribbean Now founder, Felicia Persaud . “U.S. and Latin American investors in alternative markets would be well advised to look at this last emerging market on earth that is attractive to Chinese and Russian investors as well and make it a date to attend Invest Caribbean Now.”

Invest Caribbean Now is presented annually by The Caribbean Tourism Organization; digital media solutions company, Hard Beat Communications and One Caribbean Television, during Caribbean Week in New York.

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