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RENEWABLE ENERGY

SPECIALISTS CALL FOR FUNDING FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS Kingston -- Funding for renewable energy projects is critical for the achievement of economic development in the Caribbean. According to Fitzroy Vidal, Principal Director, Energy Division of the Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy & Mining, Jamaica, "energy business is about the economy" and renewable energy in pa

29-06-2015
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TRAINER CERTIFICATION

TWO LOCAL TRAINERS ATTAIN SERVICES GO GLOBAL (SGG) CERTIFICATION St. George -- The ability of Grenadian service providers to better develop and ultimately export their services should receive a major boost with the certification of 2 Grenadians as trainers in two regional Service Go Global certification programs held over the past 2 weeks in Antigua and St. Lucia by the Caribbean

29-06-2015
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FINANCE

ECCB PUBLISHES REPORT ON BANK'S PERFORMANCE FOR 2014-2015 FINANCIAL YEAR Basseterre -- The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) has published its Annual Report and Statement of Accounts for the financial year ended 31 March 2015. The report highlights the work undertaken by the Bank during the 2014-2015 Financial Year to maintain financial sector and monetary stability and to p

29-06-2015
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IT'S GONNA BE A BIGGIE!!!

LAUNCH OF CBU ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLYThe highlight of the Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) celebration of its forty-fifth anniversary will be the Annual General Assembly (AGA) taking place in St. George's, Grenada from August 17-20, 2015.

25-06-2015
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CLEARING THE AIR

EXPLANATION OF PUBLICATION OF EU LIST OF UN-COOPERATIVE TAX JURISDICTIONS BY HEAD OF THE EU DELEGATION TO BARBADOS AND THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN, AMBASSADOR MIKAEL BARFOD First let me make it very clear that there is no new assessment of Tax Havens by the EU. The EU Commission has simply asked the EU Member States (MS) to make their own individual assessments: if more than 10 EU Member States regard

25-06-2015
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STRENGTHENING LITREACY

MILLIONS FOR LITERACY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL LIBRARIES IN GRENADA ST. GEORGE -- All primary schools in Grenada are ensured fully functional libraries, or in some cases new libraries, where none have previously existed -- thanks to millions in funding, provided through the Room to Read project.

25-06-2015
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INTERESTING DEVELOPMENT

CARIBBEAN INTEGRITY COMMISSIONS FORM NEW COMMONWEALTH BODY TO FIGHT CORRUPTION St. George -- National authorities from 12 Commonwealth countries in the Caribbean have joined forces to establish a new regional body to enhance transparency and help fight corruption.

25-06-2015
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GOVERNMENT STATEMENT

GRENADA DEMANDS REMOVAL FROM EU BLACKLIST OF TAX HAVENS ST. GEORGE -- Grenada is gravely concerned to learn that it has been placed on a blacklist on the basis of submissions made by ten European Union jurisdictions.  This list suggests that the named jurisdictions are not doing sufficient to guard against harmful tax practices.  This list is ill-conceived, il

25-06-2015
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ANGELS STILL EXIST

ANOTHER CONTRIBUTION FOR THE PRINCESS ROYAL HOSPITALBeausejour, Carriacou - Corporate citizens across Grenada continue to make contributions towards the development of the health care sector.

25-06-2015
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TELECOMMUNICATIONS

ST. KITTS TO HOST ECTEL REGULATORY WORKSHOP Castries, Saint Lucia -- The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank in Basseterre, St. Kitts is the venue for a one -week regulatory training workshop, being organized by the Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority-ECTEL.

25-06-2015
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