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JAMAICA | Mitigation Fund Allocation Inadequate says Anthony Hylton

Kingston, Jamaica, June 7, 2019: Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Western St. Andrew, Anthony Hylton is today calling on the National Works Agency (NWA) to clarify misleading statements concerning the allocation of funds to constituencies for the cleaning of drains and gullies in preparation for the rainy season.

JAMAICA | Hylton hails historic shipment of ganja oil to Canada

KINGSTON, Jamaica, September 27, 2018: Shadow Minister of Planning and former Minister of Industry, Investment & Commerce, Amb. Anthony Hylton today hailed the breakthrough development of the first legal shipment of cannabis derived product (cannabis oil) from Jamaica to Canada.

JAMAICA | PNP pleased about fraud investigation at Dunns River

Kingston, Jamaica, August 22, 2018: Opposition Shadow Minister of Planning and Development Anthony Hylton, says he is encouraged by the action taken by the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) to enable the investigation of an apparent fraud at the world famous Dunn’s River Falls.

Hylton urges JA to take its case against T&T to the CCJ

KINGSTON, MAY 11, 2016- Former Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce, G. Anthony Hylton, is recommending that Jamaica takes on-going right of entry argument with Trinidad and Tobago to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) the dispute mechanism set up under the Treaty of Chaguaramas to settle such disputes.

Industry Minister Sees Bright Future for Medical Tourism

Industry, Investment and Commerce Minister,  Anthony Hylton, says the Government will continue to promote and facilitate investments in the very lucrative medical tourism sector. Medical tourism refers to persons travelling to another country for medical care, based on affordability.
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Gov’t Developing Legislation To Protect Local Herbs

Industry, Investment and Commerce Minister, Hon. Anthony Hylton, says the Government is in the process of developing new legislation to safeguard the rights of plant breeders as a new area of intellectual property (IP) protection in Jamaica.
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