The New Masked Robbers in Antigua and Barbuda

If I am not mistaken, I thought I heard a news release a few weeks ago, indicating that the Antigua and Barbuda Royal Police’s new policing strategy has been paying off with an increasing number of solved robberies. If that is truly the case, then kudos to the police.

In spite of those policing efforts, there seems to be a new breed of masked robbers who are never pursued by law enforcement. They are allowed to run rampant with impunity. Despite the fact that they are masked, we all know who they are but we remain powerless to apprehend them.

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Cable and Wireless and Columbus Communications Merger Should be Allowed

Monopolies are generally created in two ways: a) by government and b) by the market.

In the case of a government sponsored monopoly, a company is granted the rights to engage in a particular business to the exclusion of all other businesses. An example would be APUA.

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