Westmoreland-based meat processing firm Sweet River Abattoir & Supplies Company Limited will go to the market next month with an initial public offering to raise $180 million of equity to assist the company in expanding its processing facility.
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A new prepaid billing system for electricity service will be available in Jamaica by the end of the year.
Marcus James is to have his full powers restored as chief executive officer of Access Financial Services following a ruling by the Supreme Court on Friday.
Jamaica is the first Caribbean country to develop a venture capital industry, says Therese Turner Jones, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Country Representative in Jamaica.
General manager of the Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS), Earl Jarrett is optimistic that the institution's application for a banking licence will be granted by the Bank of Jamaica (BOJ), placing it in a position to introduce a line of new financial products to its clients.
I am a young lady, 23, just entering the world of work - approximately one year, but I have not been successful in my finances. I plan to be, but my execution is faulty to say the least.
I was recently in a motor vehicle accident. My insurer says that it will be settled on a contributory basis. Neither the other party in the crash nor I will accept full responsibility. My mechanic has estimated the cost of repairing my vehicle at $196,000.
When CARICOM Heads of Government met in Antigua earlier this month they had held a "frank and enthusiastic" exchange with selected leaders of industry and commerce.
Several Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries recorded increases in foreign direct investments (FDI) last year, according to a senior official of the Caribbean Centre for Money and Finance (CCMF).
Trinidad and Tobago's Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Dookeran says the twin-island republic could benefit from significant foreign investment with the visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.