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Jamaica Gleaner Business
published: Friday | August 26, 2005

Petrotrin to lose J ' can market
TRINIDAD AND Tobago's state-owned oil company Petrotrin will lose its market in Jamaica, based on the agreement signed by the governments of Jamaica and Venezuela on Tuesday.

PetroCaribe countries to save billions, says Chavez
WESTERN BUREAU: VENEZUELAN PRESIDENT Hugo Chavez is predicting that within the next 10 years, PetroCaribe countries, including Jamaica, will save a total of US$17 billion as crude oil prices rise worldwide.


NCB spending $367m in Port Antonio
IT IS no secret that chairman of the National Commercial Bank Michael Lee Chin is from Portland and that he has grand visions for his home parish. It is also no secret that he finds the decay and lack of development in Portland...


Slow go on oil exploration bids
TEN BLOCKS tendered for oil exploration are to be awarded by year end, said Petroleum Corporation director, Dr. Raymond Wright. The Government opened up 23 territorial blocks for oil exploration in Houston...


Dr Wesley Hughes looks to Ja ' s future
DIRECTOR-GENERAL of the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) Dr. Wesley Hughes, has direct responsibility for providing policy and technical advice to the Government of Jamaica on matter regarding national development.


Cara's communications focus - Tips on making your speech count
MIDDLE AND upper-level managers, politicians, and community leaders in general are often called upon to speak publicly. The challenge is not only knowing what to say but also how to say it.


Practical application of the Companies Act
THE COMPANIES Act, 2004 (ACT) became effective on February 1, 2005. Generally, the ACT requires that the accounts of companies, except small companies or small groups (as specifically defined by the Act), be prepared in accordance with generally accepted.


Irish lessons for Ja - The story of Intel's investment in Ireland
FISCAL DISCIPLINE was a critical element in breaking Ireland out of the vicious circle of economic stagnation, high unemployment, rising taxation, spiralling debt and the consequent high interest rates...


Marketing in Jamaica
ARE WE following worldwide trends or marching to our own beat? The 'Global Marketplace' is no longer, to us, a phenomenon but rather, a reality.


















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