Hits: 243 Created on 12 April 2017 Written by gtawu Category: BUSINESS
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CABLE AND WIRELESS INVITING INDUSTRIAL UNREST IN THE COUNTRY

St. George --The Grenada Technical And Allied Workers Union says that Cable & Wireless has refused to implement the findings of the Arbitration Tribunal set up to resolve a trade dispute between the Union and the Company. This matter was ruled on by the Arbitrators since December 2016 which is about five months ago.

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Hits: 219 Created on 10 April 2017 Written by ECCB Category: BUSINESS
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ECCB HOSTS CONSULTATIVE AND LEGISLATIVE DRAFTING WORKSHOP

Basseterre -- The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) will host a Consultative and Legislative Drafting Workshop to address proposed amendments to the Banking Act 2015 on 11 April at the Beachcombers Hotel, St Vincent and the Grenadines.

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Hits: 248 Created on 07 April 2017 Written by ECCB Category: BUSINESS
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ECCU MEMBER GOVERNMENTS RAISE OVER EC$10.6 BILLION ON REGIONAL GOVERNMENT SECURITIES MARKET (RGSM) SINCE 2002

Basseterre -- As the Regional Government Securities Market (RGSM) approaches its 15th anniversary, member states are celebrating their success in raising over $10.6 billion in Treasury bills and Bonds to finance government operations.

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Hits: 311 Created on 05 April 2017 Written by Norbert Gottenberg Category: BUSINESS
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Hits: 236 Created on 04 April 2017 Written by Aurora Noguera Category: BUSINESS
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STATEMENT BY UNFPA ON U.S. DECISION TO WITHHOLD FUNDING

UNITED NATIONS, New York—UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, regrets the decision by the United States to deny any future funding for its life-saving work the world over. This decision is based on the erroneous claim that UNFPA "supports, or participates in the management of, a programme of coercive abortion or involuntary sterilization" in China. UNFPA refutes this claim, as all of its work promotes the human rights of individuals and couples to make their own decisions, free of coercion or discrimination. Indeed, United Nations Member States have long described UNFPA's work in China as a force for good.

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