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NHT generated $7.6B from financing activities

 The audited cash-flow statements of the National Housing Trust (NHT) for the year ended March 2007, indicated that it generated $7.7 billion in cash from financing activities. This was $1.4 billion more than the $6.2 billion genera

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NHT generated $7.6B from financing activities

 The audited cash-flow statements of the National Housing Trust (NHT) for the year ended March 2007, indicated that it generated $7.7 billion in cash from financing activities. This was $1.4 billion more than the $6.2 billion genera

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Job loss still trending down

Unemployment in Jamaica continues to trend downwards declining by zero point two percent to nine point four percent or 119,000 in October 2007, a movement from 9.6 percent the year before.

Of the 119,000 unemployed, a whopping 81,

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Job loss still trending down

Unemployment in Jamaica continues to trend downwards declining by zero point two percent to nine point four percent or 119,000 in October 2007, a movement from 9.6 percent the year before.

Of the 119,000 unemployed, a whopping 81,

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Budget will lead to further economic stagnation – Myers

Mark Myers, president of the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce (JCC), has finally broken his silence in relation to the 2008/2009 budget, two weeks after the presentation of the estimates of expenditure and one week after the presentation of t

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Budget will lead to further economic stagnation – Myers

Mark Myers, president of the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce (JCC), has finally broken his silence in relation to the 2008/2009 budget, two weeks after the presentation of the estimates of expenditure and one week after the presentation of t

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New tax collection strategy working

The Portmore Municipal Council (PMC) has adopted a new strategy in its efforts to improve property tax collection and is insisting that “residents will now find it easier to pay”.

The new approach has seen a big improvement in

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New tax collection strategy working

The Portmore Municipal Council (PMC) has adopted a new strategy in its efforts to improve property tax collection and is insisting that “residents will now find it easier to pay”.

The new approach has seen a big improvement in

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Time to stop politicising macro economic problems

During the great debates between the Cambridge University-based Professor John Maynard Keynes and his disciples and the University of Chicago headquartered monetarist school, led by Professor Milton Friedman, there was a big disagreement

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Time to stop politicising macro economic problems

During the great debates between the Cambridge University-based Professor John Maynard Keynes and his disciples and the University of Chicago headquartered monetarist school, led by Professor Milton Friedman, there was a big disagreement

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