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Old April 27th, 2013, 02:43 PM   #81
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Can someone tell me what languages are spoken on this video? It seems to begin in Portuguese ("o streetcar"). And then it seems to go to Spanish with Papiamento words. Or is it pure Papiamento? Later I hear some Dutch...
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Papiamento is a mixture of portuguese some spanish and a few dutch words.
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Papiamento is a mixture of portuguese some spanish and a few dutch words.
Yes, I know. But is that what they're speaking? A friend insists that they are trying to speak Spanish, but mixing it with a lot of Papiamento words and having a hard time. If they spoke pure Papiamento, nobody outside Aruba would understand anything.
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Yes, I know. But is that what they're speaking? A friend insists that they are trying to speak Spanish, but mixing it with a lot of Papiamento words and having a hard time. If they spoke pure Papiamento, nobody outside Aruba would understand anything.
It is pure Papiamento. And Papiamento is only spoken on the ABC islands nowhere else in the World. It may resemble Spanish, but it is not. The only place that comes close the language spoken on the ABC islands, is the language spoken on the Cape Verde Islands off the West African coast.
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Minister of Infrastructure explains that mainstreet Oranjestad is reaching final stages of renovation. More projects coming for Aruba's capital aiming it to be the most attractive city in the Caribbean.

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New government headquarters in Oranjestad nearing completion. The modern shaped structure has a shape of a shell. It will house the different ministries of the Aruban government. The modern structure is being built next the existing Parliament building and other monuments in the vicinity, and will be will connected by a plaza with large fountains and trees to be built after. This project is also part of Oranjestad's renovation and upgrading master plan.

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Aruba Airlines second national air carrier of Aruba now in operation

Aruba Airlines launched its first commercial flight to Bogota, Colombia. A second Airbus A320 is expected to be added the fleet within two months. The new national carrier of Aruba has the ambition to add more aircrafts and to initially fly to destinations in the Caribbean, South America and USA.



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Aruba wants ‘electric-tourist’



ORANJESTAD — Aruba wants to attract a new group of tourists and for that purpose will organize a new festival and congress for electric music next year. This Electric Festival will be held for the first time in June next year. Events will be organized early September to promote this festival.Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA) and Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) have joined hands at the initiative of DJ Chuckie. With that ATA taps a new tourist market and subsequently hopes to attract a new target group of youngsters and music professionals to our island.


ATA, ADE, Minister of Tourism Otmar Oduber (AVP), DJ Chuckie and his Play Foundation gave a press conference at Chrystal Theater yesterday to announce the plans. Besides a festival with performances by several deejays from the electric scene – Chuckie mentioned yesterday the first names of DJ Hardwell (Best Breakthrough DJ 2012 and Best European DJ 2013) and former guitarist Slash from rock band Gun’s N Roses – a music conference will be organized. With this conference ATA hopes to attract executives, artists, producers, and organizers of electric dance events to Aruba. Play Foundation will launch a kick-off campaign for schools immediately after the summary holiday. Chuckie namely wants to involve youngsters more with music and give it an educative touch. Former director Joyce Bartels-Daal from employers’ organization Atia represented Play Foundation at the press conference.



More tourism

Although ATA is yet to publish the figures for example on the number of visitors at the recent Soul Beach festival, the organization is already mentioning estimations of the number of visitors for this new music festival. ATA-director Ronella Tjin Asjoe-Croes wants to attract ‘at least 3000’ international festival visitors from Europe, the United States and North & South America. For the music conference she counting on ‘at least 1000’ participants. This dance event is good for the business community, to make and increase the number of business contacts, she said. “And of course, we hope for considerable media exposure of approx. 70 international media.”



Investing

In first instance ATA will invest 0.5 million dollars in this new event. According to Croes, this investment offers sufficient possibilities for Aruba to become electric market leader in the Caribbean area and Latin America. “Of course, many of these events are held worldwide but not in the setting of a tropical island, which make’s Aruba unique.”

Minister of Tourism, Otmar Oduber (AVP) supports ATA in the collaboration with ADE. He said it’s good that ATA is tapping new markets to promote the tourist destination Aruba even more. “We have a cultural diversity, good flight connections and with Aruba being in the spotlight internationally we function as a ‘podium’ to attract visitors.”



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The Electric Festival is the next in a series of festivals (Soul Beach Festival, Aruba International Film Festival and Aruba in Style) with which ATA is involved to attract tourists to Aruba. According to local DJ Ariën Rasmijn, Electric Festival could be a success also because of the involvement of the Amsterdams Dans Event. That dance event has an excellent and profession reputation for years and Aruba could benefit from this. The same applies for DJ Chuckie, an old name among deejays. “With him as driving force of the Electric Festival this new festival could become a yearly event.”

On this DJ Chuckie said during the press conference: “Last year I gave a concert for about 8000 spectators. That concert was a huge success and proof for me that there is a market for electric music. I began expanding that idea and see enough possibilities.”

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Carnival promotion for 2014 launched, the island will be celebrating its 60th Carnival

Aruba's Carnival was brought by the immigrants of the British West Indies who settled on the island in 1950's filling the abundance of jobs available at the refinery. They brought their culture by initially playing steel band music, soca and calypso music, parading in the streets of San Nicolas. The native Arubans embraced the Carnival and make it their own.

The Aruban Carnival has since grown to the biggest cultural manifestation on the island, and contributes to the island economy in the months of January and February of each year. Thousands of tourist visit the island to witness the many Carnival events, and locals pay thousands for their costumes to participate at the numerous parades. The much talked about Carnival economy.

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Tourism closes first half year with growth



ORANJESTAD — Both the stay-over and the cruise tourism showed a growth in the past
six months. In total the number of stay-over tourists increased with 5.4 percent to
465.375. The number of cruise passengers visiting Aruba was 409.401; an increase of
slightly more than 12 percent, according to data from Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA)
and Aruba Ports Authority (APA).Moreover, the growth continued in July and a record
month for Aruba with the number of stay-over tourists increasing with 8.71 percent,
which is very good, ATA reported, considering its policy also focuses on increasing the
number of tourists in the low season as well as in July. In the first seven months ATA
registered a growth of almost 6 percent, which is mainly due to tourists from Latin
America (a growth of 17.6 percent (in round figures) and Aruba’s most important tourist
market North America (growth of 8.2 percent). The number of stay-over tourists from
Europe is still disappointing and decreased with 11.8 percent.


Last month also the harbor of Aruba registered a record number of cruise ships, namely
15 compared to 6 in 2012 and 4 in 2012. The number of cruise ships in 2005 (14) with
20.778 passengers was almost comparable. The 15 calls in July 2013 brought 27.776
passengers to Aruba and 10.399 crewmembers.


Hotels

ATA further reports that the hotel revenues increased in the first half year although the
average occupation percentage dropped slightly (-0.3 to 76.9) compared to the same
period last year. The most important indicator RevPar (revenue per hotel room) to
measure the performance of the hotel industry increased with 2.2 percent to an average
of 171.69 dollars in the first six months of this year. The number of nights spent in
hotels went up with 2.9 percent with the number of available hotel rooms increasing
with 3.3 percent. The average price per hotel room per person went up once again
with 2.5 percent to 223.20 dollars.


Webcam

APA further reports that in collaboration with PTZtv from Ft. Lauderdale (US) live
images will be broadcasted per webcam from the harbor of Oranjestad. Spectators will
have a 360-degree view from the control tower in the harbor on the cruise and
container harbor as well as part of Oranjestad with the Hooiberg in the distance. The
images can be seen on www.portarubawebcam.com.

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Thanks for all your contributions Stratosphere 2020. Aruba is beautiful!
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Bank sector continues to flourish



ORANJESTAD — The four commercial banks on Aruba continue to flourish; there’s a
question of a sound, profitable situation. The Central Bank of Aruba (CBA) concluded
this as supervisor of the financial sector to which the banks belong.

The Central Bank namely published a report with its findings and the changes that took
place in 2012 regarding rules for this sector.

The commercial bank sector is therefore flourishing. The number of banks, four, is
unchanged and they’re all subsidiaries of Curaçao banks, namely CMB from Maduro &
Curiel’s Bank, ArubaBank from Orco Bank, the Aruban branch of RBC Royal Bank and the
bank of the same name Banco di Caribe. Despite the worldwide financial crisis the
Aruban banking sector is still going strong and grew the past five years. In 2012 the
Central Bank registered 4.7 billion florins on total assets of the four banks, which is 103.8
percent of the GNP of 2012 or compared to what Aruba had on revenues last year. The total
assets was 4.32 billion in 2011; (in round figures) 4.39 billion in 2010; 4.31 billion (to the
nearest florin) in 2009, and 4.2 billion (in round figures) in 2008.

The funds and bank balance increased substantially last year after decreasing in the
period 2009-2011, CBA reports. A total amount of 1.4 billion florins is registered on the
balance of 2012, which is an increase of 15.8 percent (192.9 million florins) compare to
2011 (1.2 billion in total). This was mainly due to large amounts placed in fixed deposits
with the Central Bank and current accounts. The banks had also loaned more in the
past five years, with the exception of a slight decrease in 2009. This was mainly due to
the steep increase of individual loans (8.7 percent, 124.3 million florins) and commercial
loans (5.9 percent, 64.9 million florins). In 2012 it regards 2.7 billion florins on
outstanding loans; 1.2 billion (in round figures) on commercial loans and 1.6 billion florins
(in round figures) on individual loans.

Also positive is the (combined) investment portfolio of the banks, which is recovering
since 2009, according to the Central Bank. Compared to 2011, 2012 showed an increase
of 13.2 percent (40.1 million florins) which was mainly due to the increase in the
number of government bonds.

The liabilities (debts, own capital) also increased in the past five years with the exception
of 2011. That decrease was mainly due to a steep drop of the fixed deposits (-23.5 percent).
In 2012 the (combined) deposits increased again with 8.6 percent (301.2 million florins)
compared to 2011 and that was mainly due to the withdrawal of deposits (such as savings),
which increased with 16 percent (254.1 million florins). Capital and reserves also increased
to 633.1 million florins at the end of 2012.


Profit

In any case the commercial bank sector registered 91.7 million florins on net revenues
(profit after tax deduction) in 2012, which is lower than in 2011 with 99 million florins.
The latter is mainly due to costs made by the banks owing to higher salaries, terms
of employment and money for possible loan loss provisions.



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More immigrants needed for economic growth



ORANJESTAD — To keep the economic growth at the same level for the long term Aruba
is to attract more foreign workers, offer a flexible labor market – so more Aruban can
also get started –, have a better climate of entrepreneurship and continue
diversification of tourism to attract more vacationers from other countries. These
recommendations are mentioned in the evaluation report on Aruba from the
International Monetary Fund (IMF).

As in other Caribbean countries there are developments that cause concern,
IMF concludes, based on economic growth developments in the past twenty years. That
growth is decreasing and with a view to the future IMF had charted factors that require
an approach to maintain the economic growth for the long term. An important basic
assumption is that the economy of Aruba is more vulnerable than that of other countries
in the region. For instance, 80 percent of the economy runs on tourism.

With that, according to World Travel & Tourism Council (report 2013) – Aruba is second
worldwide as regards the tourism industry contributing to GNP. Economic developments
in other countries, like the US (where 60 percent of Aruba’s tourists come from) therefore
have a great impact on the economy here, considering the tourism and investments coming
from those countries. Also the developments of the international oil price have direct
consequences, for instance Valero closing down the refinery because it was unprofitable.



Positive tourism

IMF concludes there are several positive matters that could stimulate some growth. For
example, Aruba succeeded in maintaining its strong competitive position compared to
other tourist destinations, also during the crisis. This was due to the government
continuing its endeavor to tap other markets such as South America and because of
Aruba’s reputation as a luxurious travel destination. The revenues per hotel room
therefore remained higher than the Caribbean average. Furthermore the high number of
timeshare stays provided stability during the world crisis, according to IMF.


The costs are also relatively low, especially the electricity rates being one of the lowest
in the region. Despite a lack of specific information on the labor market IMF stated that
the average wages (compared to the revenues per capita) and the shipping costs for
import are also relatively low. As a result Aruba can compete rather well with the other
Caribbean countries.



Huge demand for immigrants

However, to maintain the economic growth in the future, Aruba is to tackle several
matters, IMF said. For example, there’s still room for more diversification of tourism,
certainly because the majority of tourists still come from the US. According to IMF-
research, there are indications that the tourism industry has reached a saturation point
and the growth could decrease. The limited availability of land for tourism
developments and the demand for foreign workers contribute to this.

For that matter this demand for immigrants is due to a strong increase of the ageing
population. IMF quoted three scenarios from the Central Statistical Office (CBS). The
latter namely expects that over 20 percent of the population will be 65 years or older in
2030. The first scenario means that f45.025 immigrants are needed for an (actual)
economic growth of around 1 percent, which is 37.4 percent of the population. For a
growth of 1.6 percent (the current economic growth) Aruba will need 74.121
immigrants, which is approx. 48.3 percent of the total population. 88.741 Immigrants
will be needed for an economic growth of 3 percent, which is slightly more than half
(52.1 percent) of the population.

With that IMF states that such high numbers of foreigner workers will put the already
burdened housing market, infrastructure, medical care and education under more
pressure. The government must therefore consider how Aruba can increase its
productivity in other ways, such as improving the climate of entrepreneurship,
increasing the labor participation, improving the competences of employees and
technological progress. IMF remarks that the labor participation rate of Aruba, namely
64.7 percent, is low even compared to countries from the European Union (average
72.2 percent), while the EU indicates that low labor participation is one of the most
important obstacles for its economic growth.


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Baby Beach to become worldwide attraction



SAN NICOLAS — Baby Beach is to become a worldwide attraction with Blue Flag
certification, for which the government will appropriate 1.7 million florins and Thiel
Corporation will set to work in the next six months. Among other things this amount will
be used to renovate the parking lot, for more green space, illumination, infrastructure
for kiosks, and restrooms. Contractor Thiel Corporation won the public contract last
Friday for the facelift of Baby Beach.

Expectations are that the work will begin within three weeks and the project will be
completed within six months. In addition to aforementioned facilities the company will
also put up a partition between the beach and the new parking spots. The floor plan of
the area also includes parking spots for tour busses. The existing low walls around the
beach will be lengthened to prevent damage to the beach with downpours. Finally, Thiel
will ramps adapted for the disabled and build an irrigation well.

Blue Flag

Minister of Tourism, Otmar Oduber (AVP), hopes that with the facelift Baby Beach will
be the first beach of Aruba to be certified with the eco-label Blue Flag. At the moment
there are only five islands in the Caribbean Sea that have one or more beaches with the
certificate, namely St. Maarten (1), Martinique (1), Puerto Rico (7), Dominican Republic
(18) and the American Virgin Islands (5).

The plans to have Aruban beaches certified by Blue Flag go all the way back to seven
years. In 2011 the government announced that Baby Beach, Mangel Halto and Arashi
were to the first to qualify. The Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE), to which
Blue Flag belong, supposedly made agreements with the Marine Park Foundation to
certify these beaches. Once these beaches have the eco-label they are to serve as
model for certification of other beaches in the future. Certification with the eco-label
could mean a boost to tourism. Europeans in particular are environment-minded and
often choose a holiday destination with this international eco-certification, ATA reported
in 2011.

To obtain a certification the beaches are to meet 32 criterions in the following themes


Dangers

Warning signs and buoys were already placed at Baby Beach in August 2012 to warn
swimmers of the undercurrent and to explain the beach rules. Despite earlier plans the
immediate reason to put up the signs was the umpteenth death by drowning.
Professional basket ball player Dan Roundfield had namely drowned at Baby Beach
earlier that month.

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