Former Finance Minister Anthony Boatswain is calling on government to provide evidence to substantiate its claim of 1-percent positive economic growth for the first half of the year. The opposition senator says positive growth must be a spin-off from growth in individual sectors and so far the government has not […]
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An agreement by LIAT workers to accept half a million EC dollars has brought a temporary end to an 11-day industrial action at the Maurice Bishop International Airport. At about 2pm on Thursday, following a ballot, workers agreed to accept the proposal of 500-thousand dollars as part of the monies […]
A Grenadian businessman says there needs to be a change of the mindset of the people of the region if they want to benefit from the European Union Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA).
Awareness of what the European Union Economic Partnership Agreement requires and what it has, to offer is the greatest challenge towards to implementation, says Ms. Sonia Allyson Francis, Trade in Services & Investment Specialists of the EPA Implementation unit of the CARICOM Secretariat.
The Grenada Advocate secured two awards in the 5th Annual Media Awards sponsored by Digicel. Editor Rawle Titus got the award for Best Economic Story, entitled “Controversy Hounds Grenada’s Quest for Oil”. Freelance Journalist and frequent contributor to this newspaper Nicole Best, copped the award for Best Political Story, which […]
The Provisional Electoral Centre of Haiti on Tuesday night announced that former first lady Mirlande Manigat and Jude Celestin the protégé of outgoing President Rene Preval are the presidential hopefuls going through to the second round run-off tentatively set for January 16th 2011.
Thirty years after the March 13th 1979 revolution and Grenadians are still passionately divided over what are the real values – positive or negative of the 1979 to 1983 period.