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Shipping Association blasts Customs Act Amendment Bill THE Shipping Association of Jamaica (SAJ), which lobbies to improve the competitiveness of the port on behalf of its workers, described the proposed amendments to the Customs Act as anti-trade and backward. Tweet Latest News Prime Minister gives good news for Bank of Commerce depositors SKNFA honours 1985 National Team that won OECS Championship Can Conaree defy St. Paul’s United and secure a chance for championship? High debt and water woes top remarks by infrastructure minister Driver treated at hospital following accident on Frigate Bay road Other Stories UPP demands AG give up all portfolios Bumper year Calais migrant crisis: Man dies as Channel Tunnel targeted Shipping Association blasts Customs Act Amendment Bill CCT launches residential LTE service
Sagicor X Fund goes for hotel in USA SAGICOR Real Estate X Fund Limited (X Fund) announced plans to acquire its first property outside of Jamaica in line with its growth strategy. Tweet Latest News Prime Minister gives good news for Bank of Commerce depositors SKNFA honours 1985 National Team that won OECS Championship Can Conaree defy St. Paul’s United and secure a chance for championship? High debt and water woes top remarks by infrastructure minister Driver treated at hospital following accident on Frigate Bay road Other Stories UPP demands AG give up all portfolios Bumper year Calais migrant crisis: Man dies as Channel Tunnel targeted Shipping Association blasts Customs Act Amendment Bill CCT launches residential LTE service
Apple 'fake factory' raided in China A factory which allegedly made up to 41,000 fake Apple iPhones has been raided in China, with nine arrests. Tweet Latest News Prime Minister gives good news for Bank of Commerce depositors SKNFA honours 1985 National Team that won OECS Championship Can Conaree defy St. Paul’s United and secure a chance for championship? High debt and water woes top remarks by infrastructure minister Driver treated at hospital following accident on Frigate Bay road Other Stories UPP demands AG give up all portfolios Bumper year Calais migrant crisis: Man dies as Channel Tunnel targeted Shipping Association blasts Customs Act Amendment Bill CCT launches residential LTE service
Software turns smartphones into tools for medical research SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Jody Kearns doesn't like to spend time obsessing about her Parkinson's disease. The 56-year-old dietitian from Syracuse, New York, had to give up bicycling because the disorder affected her balance. But she still works, drives and tries to live a normal life. Tweet Latest News Prime Minister gives good news for Bank of Commerce depositors SKNFA honours 1985 National Team that won OECS Championship Can Conaree defy St. Paul’s United and secure a chance for championship? High debt and water woes top remarks by infrastructure minister Driver treated at hospital following accident on Frigate Bay road Other Stories UPP demands AG give up all portfolios Bumper year Calais migrant crisis: Man dies as Channel Tunnel targeted Shipping Association blasts Customs Act Amendment Bill CCT launches residential LTE service
Negotiations resume in China to get Bahamas’ Baha Mar mega resort completed NASSAU, Bahamas – A team of government officials is in China for negotiations aimed at getting the Baha Mar mega resort completed and opened, less than a week after the developer failed to get the court to recognize his US bankruptcy proceedings. Tweet Latest News Prime Minister gives good news for Bank of Commerce depositors SKNFA honours 1985 National Team that won OECS Championship Can Conaree defy St. Paul’s United and secure a chance for championship? High debt and water woes top remarks by infrastructure minister Driver treated at hospital following accident on Frigate Bay road Other Stories UPP demands AG give up all portfolios Bumper year Calais migrant crisis: Man dies as Channel Tunnel targeted Shipping Association blasts Customs Act Amendment Bill CCT launches residential LTE service
Start-ups urged to exercise care when seeking bank loans INDUSTRY, Investment and Commerce Minister Anthony Hylton is advising potential business operators to exercise prudence when seeking to obtain start-up loans. Tweet Latest News Prime Minister gives good news for Bank of Commerce depositors SKNFA honours 1985 National Team that won OECS Championship Can Conaree defy St. Paul’s United and secure a chance for championship? High debt and water woes top remarks by infrastructure minister Driver treated at hospital following accident on Frigate Bay road Other Stories UPP demands AG give up all portfolios Bumper year Calais migrant crisis: Man dies as Channel Tunnel targeted Shipping Association blasts Customs Act Amendment Bill CCT launches residential LTE service
Stricter food safety rules coming, exporters warned Local and regional exporters have been told to brace themselves for stricter United States food safety rules, which could adversely impact their trade. Tweet Latest News Prime Minister gives good news for Bank of Commerce depositors SKNFA honours 1985 National Team that won OECS Championship Can Conaree defy St. Paul’s United and secure a chance for championship? High debt and water woes top remarks by infrastructure minister Driver treated at hospital following accident on Frigate Bay road Other Stories UPP demands AG give up all portfolios Bumper year Calais migrant crisis: Man dies as Channel Tunnel targeted Shipping Association blasts Customs Act Amendment Bill CCT launches residential LTE service
Petrotrin Pain Profits down but Petrotrin earnings up 132% State-owned Petrotrin multiplied its losses 11.2 times to reach US$168 million for the nine months ended June 30 compared to US$15 million loss for the same period last year, but its earnings before income tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) rose 132 per cent between March and June, preliminary financials show. Tweet Latest News Prime Minister gives good news for Bank of Commerce depositors SKNFA honours 1985 National Team that won OECS Championship Can Conaree defy St. Paul’s United and secure a chance for championship? High debt and water woes top remarks by infrastructure minister Driver treated at hospital following accident on Frigate Bay road Other Stories UPP demands AG give up all portfolios Bumper year Calais migrant crisis: Man dies as Channel Tunnel targeted Shipping Association blasts Customs Act Amendment Bill CCT launches residential LTE service

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