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Prime Minister Bruce Golding assured investors that his government intended to provide policy and administrative support that will allow the private sector to invest where they see viable projects including projects in the public sector.
The Prime Minister was addressing clients of Scotia DBG Investments at a Corporate Seminar in Kingston on March 19.
Noting that the current multilateral funding arrangements do not provide for many capital projects, Mr Golding listed several initiatives that he says will assist the private sector to be confident about availing themselves of this type of investment.
“The sectors that have the capacity for growth, the ventures that can do well must be strategically identified and the government must provide the policy and administrative support that they require. We are determined to meet the private sector on the bridge. That is what the Caymanas Enterprise Zone, the Falmouth Port, the Downtown Redevelopment with the Digicel Towers, the Casino Legislation, the new Telecommunications Policy, the new building code and the streamlined development process is all about,” he stated.

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