KINGSTON, Jamaica – 22 May 2022: The Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association (JMEA) says the latest increase in interest rates by the Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) puts the Jamaican economy at risk for a recession.
SVG to provide EC$1.5 million in fertiliser subsidy
St Vincent and the Grenadines is expecting to provide some EC$1.5 million in subsidies for the 4 shipments of fertilizer expected to be delivered between April & year-end.
KINGSTON, Jamaica: The Opposition is calling on the government to remove the hedge tax and reduce the SCT, in light of the unprecedented rise in the price of petroleum products.
The House of Representatives, on Wednesday (October 6), approved the Companies (Amendment) Act, 2021 to allow shareholder meetings to be held virtually or in a hybrid format.
CARICOM SECRETARIAT, Georgetown, Guyana, October 1, 2021 - The following is a Weekly Business News Aggregation Service which has been put together as a newsletter by the CARICOM Secretariat’s Directorate of Trade & Economic Integration, under the direction of Assistant Secretary General Joseph Cox.
KINGSTON,July 23, 2021 - Jamaica: The National Workers Union (NWU) says Jamaican tourism workers are being exploited to the point of slavery with their rights being marginalized and worker protection almost non-existent.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, July 9, 2021 - The Ganja Growers and Producers Association Jamaica (GGPAJ) says they have noted the statements made by members of parliaments at a recent meetings of the Public Administration and Appropriations Committee (PAAC) in Gordon House, regarding the Ganja Industry.
KINGSTON, Jamaica July 5, 2021 - The Registrar General’s Department (RGD) is reporting that all electronic birth records now feature a Civil Registration Number (CRN), a code to be used as a unique identifier in linking records of vital events.
KINGSTON, Jamaica July 6, 2021 - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade has begun issuing authentication certificates under a new simplified verification process, for local public documents intended for use overseas.
MONTEGO BAY, June 27, 2021 - The Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS), is being asked to forgo its request for a rate increase at this time, in light of the fact that all productive sectors of the economy have had to bear the devastation occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic.