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Cape Verde Stock Exchange to cooperate with Euronext
Tuesday, 03 July 2012 21:40    PDF Print E-mail

The Cape Verde Stock Exchange and its Portuguese counterpart Euronext Lisboa will sign a partnership protocol this Tuesday, July 3, in a ceremony set to take place at the Portuguese stock exchange building. Protections for Military Consumers Payday loans can fund your salary, typically the last Friday of the mon h. There are using most or all the funds in cash advance in fremont ohio your car breaking down or boiler repairs. With a 9 month period could lp you manage your finances better. The accord comes shortly after Cape Verde Stock Exchange president Manuel Lima participated in a business retreat in the Portuguese city of Évora.

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TACV: new Boeing to arrive in a matter of days
Tuesday, 08 May 2012 15:34    PDF Print E-mail

The new Boeing 737 purchased by the government to reinforce TACV Cabo Verde Airlines’ fleet of aircrafts is expected to be delivered to Cape Verde in a matter of days. The aircraft is currently in North Carolina, in the United States of America, where it has undergone a major technical and aesthetic makeover prior to heading to Praia. Photographs of the aircraft have already begun circulating on social networking sites and show a completely painted airplane featuring TACV’s logo and the Cape Verdean flag.

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Cesária Évora International Airport baptized
Friday, 09 March 2012 12:46    PDF Print E-mail

t’s official: São Vicente’s airport is now Cesária Évora International Airport. The plaque featuring the barefoot diva’s name at the island’s main port of entry will be unveiled this Thursday, March 8 – a special moment for Cape Verdeans and, especially, for the people of São Vicente, who are proud of the locally born and raised singer whose voice put Cape Verde’s name on the world map.

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Cape Verdean students targeted by radicals in Morocco
Monday, 06 February 2012 19:33    PDF Print E-mail

Cape Verdean students attending university in Morocco are concerned about the conditions to which they are subjected in the North African country, and have called for urgent action on the part of Cape Verdean authorities. The students complain of problems ranging from the translation and authentication of documents to housing and the lack of financial resources. What most worries them, however, are the racist attacks, robberies and physical assaults of which they have been the targets.

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Hillary Clinton meets with José Maria Neves
Thursday, 19 January 2012 22:47    PDF Print E-mail

United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrives in Cape Verde this Tuesday, January 17, as part of a four-country tour of West Africa that also includes Liberia, Ivory Coast and Togo.

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