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Co-Chair of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee (EPOC), Richard Byles says the economy has experienced positive growth since entering into an Extended Fund Facility Agreement with the International Monetary Fund IMF in March 2013.

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The Education, Youth and Information Ministry is welcoming the findings of a recently concluded study, designed to provide solutions to improving students’ performance in mathematics at the Grade Six Achievement Test level

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The Cabinet is reviewing several recommendations for improving the application process for spectrum licenses.

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The Government will issue a domestic mobile spectrum licence to Symbiote Investments Limited, the parent company for Caricel.

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade is to step up public sensitization efforts regarding the Caribbean Single Market and Economy with special focus on the private sector.

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Justice Minister Delroy Chuck says the Ministry is looking to complete work on the proposed amendments to the Criminal Justice (Plea Negotiations and Agreement) Act, by early October.

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Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, has handed over the first nine of 40 laptop computers to high-school and university students donated through partnership with Lenovo and AMD Inc.

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Diagnostic services at the Bustamante Hospital for Children have been improved with the installation of a new 68.5-million dollar fluoroscopy unit.

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Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced that the Government is working on a crime plan designed to significantly reduce Jamaica’s crime rate going forward.

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The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are to set up offices in Jamaica to assist local authorities in tackling crime.

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Prime Minister Andrew Holness has hailed the move by Red Stripe to re-establish Jamaica as its global production hub.

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Paediatric Oncologist, Dr. Sharon McLean-Salmon is urging parents and guardians to pay close attention to small children, to identify any abnormality, which could be a sign of childhood cancer.

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Education Minister, Senator Ruel Reid, says amid the recent flare up of gang related violence in West Kingston resources are being put in place to ensure that children in the area remain safe

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Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, has committed to assist local brewing company Red Stripe to increase the acreage of lands it has under cassava production.

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The Government is to set up a task force to review and assess the state of services, infrastructure, processes and procedures of the Electricity and Telecommunications companies in Jamaica.

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Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, is appealing to parents to play their part in steering their children away from violent tendencies and criminal activity.

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Industry and Commerce Minister Karl Samuda is calling for banks to lower interest rates in order to boost production and growth within the micro, small and medium-sized enterprise (MSME) sector.

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The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information has allocated 4.3 billion dollars to the School Feeding Programme for the 2016/17 academic year.

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Founder and Chairman of Paymaster Jamaica, Audrey Marks, has been appointed Ambassador-designate of Jamaica to the United States and Permanent Representative-designate to the Organisation of American States .

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The Jamaica Constabulary Force vehicle fleet is being bolstered by the re-addition of 100 units which had been sidelined for long periods due to disrepair, The vehicles are being repaired under an initiative entitled Operation Quick Fix.

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