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Eight jurisdictions have been removed from the EU’s list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes, following commitments made at a high political level to remedy EU concerns. Barbados, Grenada, the Republic of Korea, Macao SAR, Mongolia, Panama, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates are moved to a separate category of jurisdictions subject to close monitoring. […]

A lawsuit filed in the local courts last Friday should lead to a healthy debate among the two main political parties on the island – The New National Party (NNP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) – on the precarious state of the nation given the massive national debt. Some persons might choose to slam […]

January 19, 2018 TEXT HOR MEETING 15-12-17 HOR Order Paper No. 1 of 2018 Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Property (Amendment) Bill, 2018 AUDIO Listen here

The Grenadian Government introduced, in 2015, the Fiscal Responsibility Act No. 29 of 2015. The objectives of this Act are “to establish a transparent and accountable rule-based fiscal responsibility framework in Grenada, to guide and anchor fiscal policy during the budget process, to ensure that government finances are sustainable over the short, medium, and long […]

Government says the second phase of the Chinese Low Income Housing Project will kick off in February 2018. 647 families will benefit from the project which will see construction at six sites throughout Grenada and at one location in Carriacou. The Beijing Construction Engineering Company is expecting their shipment of tools and equipment to arrive […]

Grenada could be off the EU Blacklist by the end of this month, as we are about to hear in this report from Leslie Anne Johnson

The Ministry of Finance and Energy says that in accordance with Section 56(1) of the Public Finance Management Act, a resolution by the House of Representatives has authorized the Minister of Finance to borrow on behalf of the Government of Grenada in any form and from any legitimate source, whether domestic or external and for […]

Ladies and gentlemen, sisters and brothers, patriots all… As another holiday season comes to a close, and as we all look forward to 2018 – as a year of further consolidation and increasing opportunities, we have every reason to give thanks as a Nation. Our Lord and Savior has blessed us all and has watched […]

The Upper House has passed the Customs Amendment Act giving more clarity to the functions of the Minister on regulation matters such as the establishment and licencing of custom brokers and tariff clerks.  The amendment was brought before the House by Sen. Nolan Cox, Parliamentary Secretary for Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs: COX 

DECEMBER 15, 2017 (PAPERS) HOR MEETING 15-11-17 HOR MEETING 27, 29 & 30-12-17 (BUDGET) Minutes HOR Order Paper No. 8 of 2017 Customs (Amendment) (No. 3) Bill, 2017 Financial Intelligence Unit (Amendment) Bill, 2017 Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Property (Amendment) Bill, 2017 Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill, 2017 AUDIO

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