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Curacao is known for its coral reefs, igneous rocks, and tropical climate. It is made up of mainly volcanic rock, but it has a wide variety of flora and fauna because it receives lots of precipitation. Hurricanes and tropical storms are also common.1 The Dutch government is involved in efforts to preserve the diverse marine life and coral reefs around the island.2

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Curacao Chronicle 
la carvana en Bogotá-L1 WILLEMSTAD - The Curaçao Tourist Board (CTB), together with a group of tourism partners, made a recent visit to Colombia, where they met with some 80 travel agents and over 200 wholesalers in Medellin, Cali and Bogotá at the ... See more..
Curacao Chronicle 
Ondertekening_09 WILLEMSTAD - During a Central Committee meeting of Parliament, the Chinese State Company Guangdong Zhenrong Energy (GZE) disclosed some information about the Venezuelan company PDVSA, which operates the Curaçao ... See more..
Curacao Chronicle 
CTB and CAP - North Carolina Roadshow L(7) WILLEMSTAD - The Curaçao Tourist Board (CTB) in partnership with the Curaçao Airport Partners (CAP) recently hosted several trade educational seminars throughout different cities in North Carolina, including ... See more..
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Tablet Magazine 
These two worlds—Curaçao the baseball incubator and Curaçao the Jewish hub—are not entirely distinct, particularly this week as another Jewish hub, New York, follows with bated breath as a young Yankee squad, led in part by Curaçao's Didi Gregorius, ... See more..
Curacao Chronicle 
Emsley Tromp WILLEMSTAD - The Council of Ministers of both Curaçao and Sint Maarten agreed last week with the recommendation of the Supervisory Board of the Central Bank of Curaçao and Sint Maarten (CBCS) to dismiss President Emsley Tromp. See more..
Curacao Chronicle 
Guangdong Zhenrong WILLEMSTAD - We take this opportunity to clarify Guangdong Zhenrong Energy's principle about the utilization of local labor force during the project execution in Curaçao. This is to address the concern of the workers, contractors ... See more..
Curacao Chronicle 
Guangdong Zhenrong Energy WILLEMSTAD - The Chinese State Company Guangdong Zhenrong Energy (GZE) gave a presentation this morning to the Members of Parliament. The Chinese company that wants to take over the oil refinery in Curaçao has ... See more.. 
Curacao is a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and thus the word Fuikdag is Dutch and simply means Fuik Day. What started decades ago as a group of Fishermen wanting to wish each other a happy New Year on the water, has since ... See more..
Caribbean Journal 
The Aviation Golf Classic, presented by Curaçao Airport Partners, is being held at the island's landmark Old Quarry Golf Course Oct. 20-21. The tournament benefits the youth of St Maarten. The big event? The classic will begin with a shootout from the ... See more..
Curacao Chronicle 
Errol-Cova WILLEMSTAD - The trade union representing the employees of the telecommunication company UTS, SITKOM maintains its original standpoint. The proposal to lay off more than half of the company's staff must be taken off the table. It is contrary ... See more..
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