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Antigua to focus on tourism revitalization, economic diversification in 2022

PM Browne says 2021 was a “year of steady growth”, tourism figures heading in 2022 encouraging  SAINT JOHN’S, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA — Part of the government’s plan for the economy in 2022 will be to expand into new areas to generate employment while also revitalizing tourism, said Prime Minister Gaston Browne in his New Year’s…
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Antigua PM suggests some hotel operators exacerbating poverty by paying staff too-low wages

PM Browne outlines several developments in the works to help boost Antigua & Barbuda’s economy  ST. JOHN’S, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA — As Prime Minister Gaston Browne recently highlighted key tourism developments underway in the country, he lambasted some hotel operators for exacerbating poverty by not paying their employees sufficient wages. The prime minister spoke to…
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Antigua gains 13 certified tour guides through specialized training course

Training geared towards “heritage tourism, a fast-growing subsector of the tourism industry”  ST. JOHN’S, ANTIGUA — Thirteen people have officially become certified tour guides after successfully completing a specialized training course facilitated by the Ministry of Tourism and Investment in conjunction with the Professional Approach Consultancy. [caption id="attachment_3082" align="alignright" width="287"] The Antigua Ministry of Tourism…
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Antigua govt. prepared to hire temp workers amid pushback over new vaccination mandate

Prime Minister Browne says no public sector workers are being let go but gives stern warning that they should comply with new rules  SAINT JOHN’S, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA — The government is gearing up to engage temporary workers in the public service as it rolls out a mandatory vaccination policy within the civil service despite…
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