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IMF CONCLUDES SECOND REVIEW OF GRENADA’S STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT PROGRAM St. George — At the conclusion of its second review of Grenada’s Structural Adjustment Program under the extended credit facility, the International Monetary Fund says that Grenada’s economy is recovering faster than expected.
GRENADA’S INDEPENDENCE DAY On behalf of President Obama and the American people, I congratulate the people of Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique as you celebrate the 41st anniversary of your independence on February 7.
EU PROVIDES GRENADA WITH EC$19M FOR BUDGET SUPPORT PROGRAMME Barbados — Grenada has received EC19.8 million (€5.93M) from the European Union under the 10th European Development Fund multi-sector general budget support programme, which has been paid directly to the state treasury.
SCOTIABANK ANNOUNCES CONSOLIDATION IN GRENADA St. George – Scotiabank has announced that it will be closing its Grenville branch, effective May 22nd, 2015. The closure is part of the global restructuring exercise which was announced by Scotiabank’s CEO Brian Porter in November.
SUMMARY OF PROGRAMAIRED ONSUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 201509:00am and 06:00pmCHIME FM 100.9VIBES FM 101.3 THE BUZZScriptures, Feedback, Poll results EDITORIALSGRENADA ADVOCATEAre we Charlie?NEW TODAYThose grey areas!!!GRENADA INFORMERHold on to your choice of freedomGRENADIAN VOICEPolice vs CivilianCARIBUPDATE WEEKLY‘Long ago’ & ‘old-time days’ INTERVIEWS TIVOLI DRUMMERS CELEBRATE THEIR 20THLivingston “Krumah” Nelson, FounderBEACON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS […]
THE OWEN FARMS STORY One of Grenada’s rural areas is now the home to what appears destined to become a major processing plant for poultry, pigs, rabbits and other popular Grenadian meats. Dr. Dennis Atoe, the brain behind this initiative, tells the story.
INVITATION TO NATIONAL CONSULTATION ON WOMEN RIGHTS/GENDER RIGHTS IN THE CONSTITUTION St. George — The Constitution Reform Advisory Committee has embarked on a series of public education programmes aimed at educating, sensitising and mobilising the populace towards Referendum Day (final date to be announced), and so far, three (3) consultations on the importance of Women […]
SCOTIABANK STREAMLINES ACCOUNTS TO MEET CHANGING CUSTOMER NEEDS St. George — Scotiabank has announced changes to its retail deposit account suite in Grenada, effective February 1, 2015. The changes cover deposit account fees and features and are intended to ensure that accounts match customers’ changing needs while also encouraging the use of more convenient banking […]
CASINO GAMING ON THE WAY St. George — In tabling the Casino Gaming Bill 2014 at Thursday’s sitting of the House of Representatives, Trade Minister Oliver Joseph reminded detractors of the legislation that casino gambling in Grenada is intended only for visitors. In response to those who have opposed the move to open up Grenada’s […]