SMTE Loan Facility ad its benefits to the tourism sector.
Today we will be telling you about loans for infrastructure development under the MFE AND SME facilities.
On today’s programme, we explore Credit Bureaus and their function in Jamaica.
On today’s programme, we recap the Planning Institute of Jamaica’s recent press briefing examining Jamaica’s economic performance during last year, and projections for the current quarter.
On today’s programme we examine the Export Import (EXIM) Bank of Jamaica’s trade insurance scheme
On today’s programme, we find out how a partnership between the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica and the Development Bank of Jamaica will help more micro, small and medium sized enterprises (MSME’s) access numerous business support services.
On today’s programme, Finance Minister Dr. Peter Phillips addresses concerns over the future of the Junior Stock Exchange in light of impending changes to the incentives provided to listed companies.
On today’s programme, Co-Chairman of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee, Richard Byles, weighs in on Jamaica’s performance to date under the Government’s Economic Reform Programme.
How to Avoid Predatory Lending
Jamaica is set to receive another payout of funds, some Forty million US dollars, under its Extended Fund Facility agreement with the International Monetary Fund. This, after the country passed its ninth IMF review.
On today’s programme, we examine the details of the public sector wage agreement signed between the Government and civil service groups last week.
On today’s programme, Finance Minister Dr. Peter Phillips discusses the Government’s decision to pursue a debt buy back transaction with Venezuela and its implications for Jamaica’s economy.
The Government has announced plans to draft legislation to regulate the microfinance industry. We explore this issue in today’s programme.
On today’s programme, the Economic Programme Oversight Committee provides a report on Jamaica’s economic performance under the Government’s Economic Reform Programme since the start of the new financial year.
The Government has taken a decision to resume its net billing arrangement. We examine the significance of this initiative in today’s programme.
The Companies Office of Jamaica has extended its amnesty initiative, we find out more on today’s programme.
On today’s programme we examine the steps being taken by the Betting Gaming and Lotteries Commission to protect the integrity of the gaming industry.
On today’s programme we examine the coming implementation of the Electronic Government Procurement System (EGP) and its expected impact on local suppliers of goods and services.
On today’s programme we hear about the Companies Office of Jamaica’s amnesty initiative
On today’s programme we explore the economic possibilities created by the decriminalization of marijuana for research and medicinal purposes.