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NCB and JMA sign nation-building MOU

Students from Hillel Academy, Ardenne, Kingston Technical and Immaculate Conception High schools, accompanied by their teachers, assembled at the launch of the second phase of the NCB-sponsored ‘Buy Jamaican, Build Jamaica’ campaign

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$138 b in taxes and interest outstanding

Finance and public service minister, Audley Shaw says government will be implementing a tax amnesty programme in order to collect the $138 billion in outstanding taxes and penalties due to the low levels of compliance in all areas. The a

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$138 b in taxes and interest outstanding

Finance and public service minister, Audley Shaw says government will be implementing a tax amnesty programme in order to collect the $138 billion in outstanding taxes and penalties due to the low levels of compliance in all areas. The a

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Carlos Hill detained for fraud

Carlos Hill, head of the Cash Plus Group Limited, which is now bankrupt was arrested and charged for fraud after conning creditors out of $16 billion in principal amounts; $23 billion in interest and $5.2 billion on the properties on whi

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Carlos Hill detained for fraud

Carlos Hill, head of the Cash Plus Group Limited, which is now bankrupt was arrested and charged for fraud after conning creditors out of $16 billion in principal amounts; $23 billion in interest and $5.2 billion on the properties on whi

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World Bank says 33 countries

The Washington based World Bank, says that some 33 other countries apart from Haiti, could face food riots because of the galloping food and energy prices. Speaking at the Centre for Global Development last week Robert Zoellick, presiden

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World Bank says 33 countries

The Washington based World Bank, says that some 33 other countries apart from Haiti, could face food riots because of the galloping food and energy prices. Speaking at the Centre for Global Development last week Robert Zoellick, presiden

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Buying an apartment

Apartments are usually recommended for first-time home buyers as they are less expensive and generally smaller than independent single-unit homes. They also usually have a smaller outside area to upkeep.

Another positive is that s

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Buying an apartment

Apartments are usually recommended for first-time home buyers as they are less expensive and generally smaller than independent single-unit homes. They also usually have a smaller outside area to upkeep.

Another positive is that s

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Commissioner Lewin urges support for inner-city entrepreneurs

Police Commissioner, Rear Admiral Hardley Lewin, has challenged private sector leaders to aid the fight against crime by picking business winners out of the many inner-city small businesses.

In departing from his prepared speech a

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