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President Irfaan Ali and the Trilateral Agreement

Trilateral Agreement Bolsters Suriname’s Position in the Oil & Gas Arena

eyesonsuriname Suriname, nestled on the northeastern coast of South America, recently found itself in the spotlight after signing a trilateral agreement with neighboring Guyana and regional giant Brazil. This pact focuses on cooperation in the oil and gas sector, aiming to unlock mutual benefits for all parties involved. But for Suriname, this agreement holds particular…
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Guyana Stands Strong

Safeguarding a Nation Committed to Peace eyesonsuriname Guyana, a beacon of peace and stability in the heart of South America, recently reaffirmed its dedication to regional cooperation under the leadership of President Dr. Mohamed Irfaan Ali at the CELAC summit. However, with ongoing border disputes with Venezuela, questions arise about how Guyana can safeguard its…
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Suriname Surges: New Oil Discoveries Fuel Economic Growth

eyesonsuriname Suriname, nestled on the northeast coast of South America, is experiencing a wave of optimism driven by recent discoveries of significant oil and gas reserves in the shared Suriname-Guyana Basin. These discoveries, coupled with rising global energy demands, are poised to propel the nation’s economy towards a brighter future. A Basin of Opportunity The…
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BRICS Nations Forge a New Path: Blockchain, BRICS Currencies, and the Decline of the Dollar

BRICS Nations Forge a New Path:

Blockchain, BRICS Currencies, and the Decline of the Dollar eyesonsuriname The world is witnessing a seismic shift in the global financial landscape. Russia’s recent proposal for a Blockchain-based, BRICS-exclusive payment system has the potential to reshape international trade and challenge the long-standing dominance of the US dollar. This move by the BRICS countries – Brazil,…
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Germany announces offshore carbon storage plan

Germany recently announced it has made plans to look into and begin enabling underground carbon storage at offshore sites. The first steps the country will take towards doing this, are to push forwards with the technology that has been under debate for quite a while. eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, Feb.29 th 2024 — Robert Habeck, who is the…
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Immerse Yourself in Surinamese Enchantment:

A Journey Through Eco-Tourism Gems Suriname, nestled in the northern corner of South America, boasts a tapestry of vibrant cultures, rich history, and, most importantly for nature enthusiasts, breathtaking ecological diversity. From the emerald embrace of the Amazon rainforest to the sun-kissed savannas, Suriname offers a unique blend of adventure and tranquility for eco-tourists seeking…
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Een baken van hoop voor Argentinië

De economische hervormingen van Javier Milei

Een baken van hoop voor Argentinië eyesonsuriname Een nieuw tijdperk van economische groei De afgelopen jaren heeft Argentinië te kampen gehad met talloze economische uitdagingen. Maar met de opkomst van econoom Javier Milei en zijn baanbrekende hervormingen ervaart het land een nieuw gevoel van hoop en optimisme. Milei’s onorthodoxe benadering van de economie heeft geleid…
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Why Doesn’t Indonesia Speak Dutch?

A short documentary on why after over 300 years of dutch rule, contrary to other former colonies, Indonesia neither has significant leftovers of dutch culture nor is the dutch language spoken anywhere. We explain Indonesia’s History breifly. Lots of people in India speak English, Lots of people in Algeria speak french, Yet Indonesia is a…
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Indonesian Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Uno has set a goal of 17 million foreign tourist visits to the archipelago by 2024.

Sandiaga Uno Optimistic 17mn Foreign Tourists to Visit Indonesia in 2024

eyesonindonesia Amsterdam, Feb.27th  – Indonesian Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Uno has set a goal of 17 million foreign tourist visits to the archipelago by 2024.  He expressed optimism that the goal is achievable with the support of collaboration of various economic players. He initially expected to see 14.7 million foreign tourist arrivals this year. But…
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Eco-tourism

Suriname’s Green Revolution:

How Eco-tourism Can Transform an Oil-Driven Economy Suriname, a small nation nestled in the heart of South America, stands at a crossroads. While its economy currently leans heavily on oil and gas exploration in the promising Suriname-Guyana basin, an enticing alternative beckons – the transformative power of eco-tourism. Here’s how this emerging sector could propel…
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