One of the world’s richest men, the Emir of Qatar wants to build hotels in Grenada. Confirmation on this has come from Finance Minister Nazim Burke.
The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) has launched SETA – a Sustainable Energy Technical Assistance project, focused on creating a guide for the efficient and sustainable production and use of energy.
A fillip for Grenada’s efforts to show-up itself as a major international financial centre. Official say Grenada has successfully completed the first phase of a review of its tax laws.
The Bank and General Workers Union is conducting a poll at Republic Bank Grenada to determine what outcome the workers would like to have to the current impasse regarding profit-sharing.
The role of the Caribbean Tourism Development Company (CTDC) will be a major point of discussion this week as the head of the Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO) Hugh Riley meets his counterparts in Guadeloupe and Martinique.
Agriculture minister Denis Lett has joined with his sub-regional counterparts in calling on the International Whaling Commission to relax its regulations regarding whale hunting in the Caribbean.
Grenada watchdog group concerned about conflict of interest in possible economic citizenship programme
A local watchdog group calling themselves Citizens in Defense of Grenada’s Lands and Heritage, has written to Prime Minister Tillman Thomas expressing concern with his government’s alleged engagement of Henley & Partners to facilitate the development of its economic citizenship program.