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Media ‘blackout’ as Bush speaks in Cayman Islands
Cayman Islands—Organisers of an investment conference in the Cayman Islands say they have been forbidden from disclosing any details about a speech by former President George W Bush in the offshore financial haven, an event spokesman said yesterday. “We’ve got a complete blackout on discussing the Bush details,” spokesman Dan Kneipp told The Associated Press.
The restrictions were imposed by the former president’s staff, he said. Bush was scheduled to speak yesterday evening at The Ritz-Carlton on Grand Cayman Island. Sponsors of the two-day conference include KPMG, a company that provides tax advisory services, and Deutsche Bank. It costs $4,000 to attend and other speakers include billionaire Richard Branson.
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