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September 23rd, 2009
When you think of the Caribbean, you might picture a tropical paradise with friendly people and world-class luxury resorts. It's a place where you would want to go on your honeymoon or just to escape from city life when it gets on your nerves. Normally, most people would not consider the Caribbean as a place for doing business; let alone starting one. Well, that's all changing at this very moment and now could be the best time to get involved in a new movement while it is still in its formative stages.
Particular attention has been paid to improving research programs in nanotechnology and ocean energy as investors look for innovative ideas from entrepreneurs who are looking to start new industries that create new opportunities for growth not only within the region, but also internationally.
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