Hits: 247 Created on 23 April 2015 Written by GRENLEC Category: BUSINESS
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ARE YOU READY FOR AN ELECTRIC VEHICLE

St. George -- GRENLEC is gathering information to assess the possible incorporation of Electric Vehicles (EV) into Grenada's transportation mix. To this end, the Company is inviting you to complete this brief 6-question online survey.  Please click here.  Thank you.

 
Hits: 282 Created on 22 April 2015 Written by Deanna Isaac Category: BUSINESS
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4-H MOVEMENT LAUNCHES A LIVESTOCK REVOLVING PROGRAMME IN CARRIACOU

Beausejour -- With the support and contribution of a number of farmers; the 4-H Movement is being revitalized on the sister isle of Carriacou and Petite Martinique.

Read more: AGRICULTURE
 
Hits: 301 Created on 21 April 2015 Written by Rockell Clement George Category: BUSINESS
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REGION TO BENEFIT FROM EXCLUSIVE MULTI-PLATFORM STREAMING

Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC) has been named the official broadcast sponsor – and the exclusive telecoms partner – of the 2016 Rio Olympics for the Pan-Caribbean region by CANOC Broadcasting Inc. (CBI), a subsidiary of the Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees. The organisation has secured the exclusive Olympic content rights to all platforms in 20 English-speaking countries, as well as non-exclusive rights in 10 non-English-speaking countries throughout the region.

Read more: CWC, OFFICIAL 2016 OLYMPIC BROADCASTER
 
Hits: 331 Created on 20 April 2015 Written by Petra Charles - Joseph Category: BUSINESS
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PRIME MINISTER AND BANKERS ASSOCIATION EXPRESS OPTIMISM ABOUT GRENADA'S ECONOMIC RECOVERY

ST. GEORGE -- Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Energy, Dr. the Rt. Hon. Keith Mitchell, together with senior officials of the Ministry of Finance and Energy, have held a very constructive meeting with the Grenada Bankers' Association. The Bankers were led by their president Mr. Elie Bendaly of Scotiabank.

Read more: A NUMBER OF ISSUES DISCUSSED
 
Hits: 322 Created on 20 April 2015 Written by News Americas Category: BUSINESS
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IMF CAUTIONS ON CARIBBEAN CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT PROGRAMS

NEWS AMERICAS, Washington -- The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has issued a word of caution on the growing citizenship by investment programs being instituted by several Caribbean nations.

Read more: ANOTHER WARNING
 

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