Lack of foreign $$ continues to affect businesses in 2015 A number of sectors of the business community are saying the unavailability of United States currency continues to affect their operations because less than half of their demands for foreign exchange is being met on a monthly basis.
UMIUM — coconuts for Jamaican chocolate spread June Gottgens is adamant on playing her part in revitalising Jamaica's cocoa and coconut industries.
UK Government borrowing below forecast Government borrowing fell to £7.4bn in March, figures show, taking the total for the financial year to £87.3bn.
CAB looks forward to resolution on correspondent banking relations The Caribbean Association of Banks (CAB) fully supports the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Honourable Gaston.
GK set to earn half its revenues overseas THE international expansion of the GraceKennedy (GK) group puts it on an imminent path to earn half of its revenues outside the island with one-third of its staff based overseas.
Japan records first trade surplus since 2012 Japan has recorded its first trade surplus in three years after the weaker yen boosted exports and cheaper oil prices lowered its import bill.
Grace USA targets US$130m in sales to break even GraceKennedy (Grace) USA will aim for US$130 million (J$14.9 b) in annual sales for its first full year of entry by acquisition into the US.
UK tells Russian billionaire Fridman to sell North Sea assets Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman must sell his North Sea gas fields within six months, the UK has ordered.
Grenada police arrest seven Nepalese students arriving from St Lucia ST GEORGE’S, Grenada - Seven Nepalese students, who were reported missing in Saint Lucia last weekend, were arrested by the Grenada police on Wednesday. The police reported that the students arrived...