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Former NCA President wants governments to facilitate recall of exploding phones

Former President of the National Consumers Association (NCA), Kingsley St Hill, has said that it is imperative that consumer friendly governments facilitate the recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note...

Building an Energy Efficient Private Sector

Press Release:-Bridgetown, BARBADOS, October 12, 2016.  The Executive Director of the Caribbean Export Development Agency (Caribbean Export) Pamela Coke-Hamilton called on the Region’s private sector to drive forward with...

BlackBerry to stop making its signature smartphones

Toronto Sun:-WATERLOO, Ont. — BlackBerry is heeding calls to leave the smartphone hardware business that once helped forge its reputation as a global technology leader before it got swept...

“Saint Lucia Fashion Council General Meeting”

Press Release:- Castries, October 11, 2016; The Department of Commerce, International Trade, Investment, Enterprise Development and Consumer Affairs in collaboration with the Saint Lucia Fashion Council extends an invitation to...

Liat says targeted study needed for lowering taxes

Antigua Observer:- LIAT’s acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Julie-Reifer-Jones has stressed the need for less “general discussion” and instead, a more “specific” study that would encourage the airline’s shareholder governments...

LIAT says ATRs were the best choice

Antigua Observer:-As Liat prepares to add two new ATRs to its existing fleet of nine, the carrier’s executive has said that despite being criticized for having difficulty in strong...

Tourism Minister attends UK trade initiative

Press Release:-Tourism Minister, The Honourable Domenic Fedee this evening (Friday 7 Oct.) attended a show-case event promoting Saint Lucian goods and services to UK buyers at an event organised...

Inland Revenue announces tax amnesty

Press Release:- Castries, October 7, 2016; The Government of Saint Lucia has approved a tax amnesty for all tax types administered by the Inland Revenue Department, for the period October...

ECCB Governor: De-risking is encouraging money laundering

Antigua Observer:-The decision by international correspondent banks to terminate relationships with banks in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) is encouraging money laundering and terrorist financing, the Governor of...

Interest Heightened in the St. Lucia Business Awards!

Press Release:-“ALL local business should consider participating in the St. Lucia Business Awards scheduled for January 28th 2017.” This was the message at Business Awards Orientation Workshop held at the...