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Making waves

the Caribbean needs an infrastructure transformation and companies that can adapt to the local project climate

Caribbean countries are known for their tropical climates and beachfront views, but the region is poised to become more than a cruise ship port of call. Amid global economic shifts and struggles, these developing nations see an opportunity to spur growth. But before it can position itself as a blooming business environment, the Caribbean must upgrade its aging energy, water and transportation infrastructure.
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