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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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FOREIGN AFFAIRS

FIJI AND GRENADA ESTABLISH DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS Suva – (Xinhua) --Fiji and Grenada have established diplomatic relations, the Fijian government announced Wednesday.

25-06-2015
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OPERATORS ASSEMBLE HERE

CARIBBEAN WATER OPERATORS TO GATHER AND CONFER IN GRENADA St. George - Engineers, water and waste-water operators, analysts, stakeholders and other water and waste-water industry professionals from utilities across the Caribbean will gather in Grenada this week for the 4th Annual Caribbean Water Operators Conference.

24-06-2015
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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

GRENADA PRIVATE SECTOR ATTENDS "THIRD REGIONAL CARIBBEAN GROWTH FORUM" PIGEON ISLAND, ST. LUCIA JUNE 16-17, 2015 St. George -- Grenada was strongly represented at the Caribbean Growth Forum (CGF) Third Regional Conference in Saint Lucia from June 16-18th, 2015.  The private sector was represented by President of the Grenada Chamber of Commerce, Mr Ruel Edwards; Ms Pancy Cr

24-06-2015
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CARIBBEAN NOT EXEMPT

ISIS ' LATEST CARIBBEAN ATTACK
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24-06-2015
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AN INTERESTING CONCEPT

SAMS PARTNERS WITH JASON ROBERTS FOUNDATION FOR HOMELESS WORLD CUP TRIALSSt. George -- In September of this year, a team of eight young Grenadians will travel to Amsterdam, Netherlands, to represent the Spice Isle in the Homeless World Cup (HWC) football championship games.

23-06-2015
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OPINION PIECE

WHAT ARE THE STATED PURPOSES OF THE PROPOSED ELECTRICITY SUPPLY ACT ?

23-06-2015
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TELECOMS UPDATE

ECTEL INITIATES MEASURES TO ADDRESS THE IMPACT
OF THE MERGER OF CABLE & WIRELESS PLC.
AND COLUMBUS COMMUNICATIONS INC.
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23-06-2015
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Created on 29 June 2015 Written by michael

HELP FOR TYRESE


St. George -- Fourteen-year-old Grenadian Tyrese Wilson, who attends the Presentation Brothers College (PBC), needs urgent medical attention.

Tyrese, who is from River Road and the grandson of former national footballer Tyrone 'Bob Hope' Belfon, needs to undergo a major Hip Surgery to correct slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis at St. Clair Medical Centre in Trinidad in order to walk properly again. The cost of surgery is TT$100,000.

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Created on 29 June 2015 Written by imf

IMF EXECUTIVE BOARD COMPLETES SECOND REVIEW UNDER THE ECF ARRANGEMENT FOR GRENADA, AND APPROVES US$2.8 MILLION DISBURSEMENT

Washington -- The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) today completed the second review of Grenada's economic performance under a three-year program supported by an arrangement under the Extended Credit Facility (ECF). The completion of the review enables the disbursement of SDR 2 million (about US$2.8 million), bringing total disbursements under the arrangement to SDR 6.04 million (about US$8.5 million).

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Created on 29 June 2015 Written by NDC

PRESS STATEMENT ON NDC YOUTH CONVENTION 2015

St. George -- The National Democratic Youth Movement (NDYM), the newly revamped Youth Arm of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) will hold its first annual Convention on Saturday, July 04, 2015 at the auditorium of the Grenada Boys Secondary School (GBSS).

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Created on 29 June 2015 Written by tracia

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 particular can significantly contribute to greater efficiency and to more affordable energy costs for consumers.

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