It’s not just cricket

The Cricket World Cup is focusing attention on the Caribbean, writes Gordon Miller.

24th March, 2007

The Cricket World Cup is played once every four years and this year’s tournament, which runs until April 28, has captured the public’s imagination thanks to Ireland’s historic victory over Pakistan last week. The Irish team is based in Jamaica, an island which is beginning to establish itself as a market where overseas investors can see potential.

The Prince’s Foundation, an educational charity, has earmarked Jamaica as an area it...

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