ST THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands, Oct. 20, CaribbeanINVESTOR - This year's tenth Caribbean Multi-national Business Conference is to be held at the Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa in St. Thomas Nov. 10-13 and is expected to attract hundreds of attendees from throughout the region, the U.S. and elsewhere, announced Faye Rodney, Chief executive officer of the widely-read New York publication Carib News..
Other issues in U.S.-Caribbean relations to be discussed at the meeting include debt, trade, health, education and economic and social development in the region, travel and tourism, corporate diversity and accountability, entrepreneurship in the Diaspora, the role of technology in development and the impact of globalization, according to Faye Rodney
"The conferences always attract private sector representatives from Puerto Rico," said Faye Rodney
, pointing out that among the major sponsors of this year's event with a presence in Puerto Rico are American Airlines, AT&T, Citibank, Diageo and Pfizer
Future conference in Puerto Rico
"We were very pleased in 2002 when then Resident Commissioner and now Gov.Anibal Acevedo Vila attended our meeting in St. Maarten with his
wife," said Faye Rodney