Foreign Affairs Minister Karl Hood said he supports his government’s budget in principle but is disappointed with the budgetary allocations for his ministry.
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.
A number of leading UK airlines have called on that country’s Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osbourne to suspend the planned increase in Air Passenger Duty (APD), pending the outcome of an independent study of the economic effects of such a tax rise.
All Grenada must be particularly concerned that fees from cruise ships are not going into the Government coiffeurs as a result of a loan dispute between this country and Taiwan. That money would have no doubt been integrated into the state budget for Government expenditure. The harsh reality is if […]
Consumer Sentiments in Grenada has fallen to an all-time low, according to a survey of the Department of Management Studies of the University of the West Indies (UWI), and former Finance Minister Anthony Boatswain says he’s not surprised.
Grenada’s Energy Advisor Dr. Hugh Sealy, is encouraging countries, of the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) to access concessionary financing and appropriate technologies to mitigate and adapt to climate change.
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).