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Jamaica Gleaner Business
published: Tuesday | March 7, 2006

Employers' Federation wants union officer removal
NATIONAL WORKERS Union (NWU) official Norman DaCosta tried to frustrate the collective bargaining procedures between the NWU and Glencore Alumina Jamaica Limited (Windalco) late last month, according to the Jamaica Employers' Federation.

Central America growing into call centre hub
CENTRAL AMERICA is gaining ground as a hub for call centres and offices that handle data entry and other routine business functions for corporations. A new report finds nearly 21,000 people employed in call centres in Central America...


United States housing boom ends
DALLAS (AP): THE FIVE-year housing boom is indeed over, judging from growing statistical evidence and the performance of some of the nation's leading builders, and the slowdown is already rippling through the US economy.















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