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Saturday News Recap February 29 2020

JIS News | March 9, 2020
The Jamaican economy is estimated to have expanded just shy of one percent for 2019, representing the seventh consecutive year of Gross Domestic Product, GDP growth for the country. PIOJ Director General Wayne Henry says one of the main contributors to growth for the 2019 calendar year was the 0.1 percent growth recorded for the October to December 2019 quarterPIOJ Director General Wayne Henry says the main driver of this outturn for the quarter was the 1.5 percent growth estimated for the services industry, which outweighed a 3.8 percent contraction of the Goods producing industry.
Presenter: Anthony Morgan
Producer: Andrae Palmer
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JIS News | July 23, 2021
Country gets Three more COVID-19 field hospitals, Tourism Minister Projects Increase In Earnings By The end of August, and Academic Research In Transportation Being Explored To Improve The Sector.
Presenter: Anjuii James-Sawyers
Producer: Jermi-Lee Nelson
JIS News | July 23, 2021
The Bureau of Standards Jamaica and the National Compliance and Regulatory Authority have revamped the Energy Efficiency and Labelling Programme, which requires importers, distributors and retailers of refrigerators, freezers, wine coolers and room air conditioning units to submit these items for energy efficiency tests by the BSJ or other approved designated facilities.
Presenter: dontae matthews
Producer: dontae matthews
JIS News | July 23, 2021
Health Minister cautions public to expect a more aggressive challenge from COVID-19; Diagnostic test results for grade 6 students being assessed, and Tokyo Olympics officially underway.
Presenter: lorraine walker mendez
Producer: Dontae matthews
JIS News | July 22, 2021
Government to Review Existing COVID-19 Measures, Debate on new NIDS bill to begin later this year; and Linstead Residents urged to use designated transport stops.
Presenter: Anthony Morgan
Producer: Anjuii James-Sawyers
JIS News | July 22, 2021
World Bank Caribbean office to be relocated to Kingston, JCF going after parents and guardians involved in human trafficking, and students encouraged to apply for National Health Fund (NHF) grant.
Presenter: Anthony Morgan
Producer: Anthony Morgan
JIS News | July 21, 2021
Prime Minister Renews Calls for discussion on banning Corporal Punishment of children, Jamaica and Japan Strengthening Economic Partnership and Government Seeking Private Partner To Build New St. Ann Parish Court Building.
Presenter: Lorraine Walker Mendez
Producer: Anjuii James-Sawyers
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