Hits: 304 Created on 28 August 2015 Written by George Category: BUSINESS
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IMF RAISES ITS GROWTH FORECAST FOR GRENADA

ST. GEORGE -- The Washington based International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised its growth forecast for Grenada's economy on the strength of robust performances in key sectors.

Read more: SOLID PROGRESS REPORTED
 
Hits: 370 Created on 27 August 2015 Written by IMF Category: BUSINESS
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STATEMENT AT THE END OF A STAFF VISIT TO GRENADA

St. George -- An International Monetary Fund (IMF) team led by Nicole Laframboise visited Grenada from August 20-27, 2015 to conduct discussions on the third review of Grenada's IMF-supported program under the Extended Credit Facility (ECF). The ECF arrangement was approved on June 26, 2014 for an amount of SDR 14.04 million (then US$21.7 million, or 120 percent of Grenada's quota at the IMF). The first and second reviews were completed on December 12, 2014 and June 29, 2015 respectively. Total resources of SDR 6.04 million (about US$8.5 million) have been made available to Grenada under the arrangement.

Read more: THINGS ARE LOOKING UP, SAYS IMF
 
Hits: 271 Created on 26 August 2015 Written by MILTON COY Category: BUSINESS
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ENVIRONMENTAL LAW SPECIALIST WANTED

Caribbean Aqua-Terrestrial Solutions, which is part of a regional cooperation between Germany and CARICOM and specifically its' Programme Component Two: "Management of Coastal Resources and Conservation of Marine Biodiversity in the Caribbean is seeking Consultants (individuals, team or firm) to provide technical services of an Environmental Law Specialist (Coastal & Marine) – For the development of CARICOM Regional Guidelines for Sustainable Marine Managed Areas (MMA).

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Hits: 300 Created on 25 August 2015 Written by Anne Marie Maricheau Category: BUSINESS
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STRATEGY AND PLAN TO INCREASE ENERGY RESILIENCE IN GRENADA HIGH ON THE AGENDA

St. George -- Grenadian leaders and professionals from the energy and climate change, water, waste management, tourism and agriculture sectors will convene in St. George, Grenada, for three days, beginning 26 August, to discuss and contribute to the development of a global strategy and plan for Small Island Developing States (SIDS) to increase energy resilience, and to test a methodology aimed at helping identify the role of renewable energy and energy efficiency and conservation (RE & EE&C).

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Hits: 582 Created on 20 August 2015 Written by SLU VOICE Category: BUSINESS
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