Hits: 58 Created on 30 July 2014 Written by George Category: BUSINESS
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COMMUNIQUE FROM HOMEGROWN PROGRAMME MONITORING COMMITTEE (HPMC)

St. George -- The Homegrown Programme Monitoring Committee has issued a communique on its inaugural meeting which was held on Tuesday July 22nd, 2014, at the Ministry of Finance conference Room.

Read more: KEEPING AN EYE ON THINGS....
 
Hits: 147 Created on 30 July 2014 Written by cab Category: BUSINESS
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REGIONAL CONFERENCE COMING TO GRENADA

St. George -- The Caribbean Association of Banks Inc. (CAB) will host its 41st Conference in Grenada from November 12th to 15th 2014.  The three day conference which will attract over two hundred and fifty delegates from around the world will be held at the Radisson Grenada Beach Resort, and will explore the theme "The Changing Face of Caribbean Banking."

Read more: BANKERS TO MEET HERE
 
Hits: 161 Created on 29 July 2014 Written by Hanna Shultz Category: BUSINESS
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PREDATORY FUNDS AND HOLD-OUTS MAY USE COURT RULING TO TARGET GRENADA AND DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

Washington, DC -- Argentina is likely to default barring a last-minute breakthrough in negotiations with hold-outs or a court order. Argentina's grace period to pay bonds restructured after its 2001 default expires July 30th. United States District Judge Thomas Griesa ruled Argentina cannot pay the 92% of restructured bond holders unless Argentina also pays hold-out predatory hedge funds in full.

Read more: ARGENTINA BRACES FOR DEFAULT
 
Hits: 382 Created on 25 July 2014 Written by New Today Category: BUSINESS
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CHURCH LEADERS FLIP-FLOPPING ON NIS HAIR-CUT

St. George -- The Conference of Churches of Grenada (CCG) has given mixed signals on the proposal sent by the 17-month old Keith Mitchell administration to the state-run National Insurance Scheme (NIS) for a massive hair-cut on government's indebtedness to the institution.

Read more: WHICH IS IT?
 
Hits: 258 Created on 23 July 2014 Written by GIS Category: BUSINESS
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WORK BEGINS ON ANOTHER MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR PROJECT IN GRENADA

ST. GEORGE -- A developer from New Zealand will be investing US 30 million dollars in Grenada over the next three year period.  Kelly Glass is the new developer of the Clarkes Court Bay Marina.

Read more: ANOTHER HOPEFUL SIGN
 

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