Jamaica is Holding Its Own in New World Bank Doing Business 2017 Report

The World Bank has just released one of its Flagship Reports, and one which the Jamaican public and private sectors always pay close attention to. It is entitled: Doing Business 2017 and is subtitled, on a hopeful note, Equal Opportunity For All. The full report and accompanying datasets are available at http://www.doingbusiness.org How did Jamaica fare in the … More Jamaica is Holding Its Own in New World Bank Doing Business 2017 Report

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OAS Mission Highlights Good Practices in Jamaica ́s General Parliamentary Elections 2016

February 26, 2016 The Electoral Observation Mission of the Organization of American States (OAS/EOM) in Jamaica, led by former Attorney General and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, Mrs. Janet G. Bostwick, congratulates the people of Jamaica on the conclusion of the General Parliamentary Elections on Thursday, February 25. The EOM … More OAS Mission Highlights Good Practices in Jamaica ́s General Parliamentary Elections 2016

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International Migratory Bird Festival Focuses on Caribbean Habitat Restoration

Just a couple of months ago, over 220 delegates from 33 countries descended on Kingston, Jamaica for the BirdsCaribbean 20th International Meeting at the Knutsford Court Hotel. It was an exciting five days, with one day in the middle for field trips. Since then, time has flown past and International Migratory Bird Day is here. … More International Migratory Bird Festival Focuses on Caribbean Habitat Restoration

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The Disappeared Ones

Just imagine: Your husband goes to work one day, and never returns? Your teenage daughter goes out to visit a friend, saying “See you later!” and that is the last time you ever see her? Your mother is at home and gets a knock on the door, and when you come home, she is gone? … More The Disappeared Ones

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Saharan Dust, Heil Hitlers and UC Rusal: Sunday, July 13, 2014

The World Cup final was exhausting and I must admit I could not have taken much more stress. It was a hot afternoon, we had the fans turned up full and ate mangoes and drank coconut water at half time. This did not help Argentina to a victory, sadly. But all the Jamaicans who suddenly … More Saharan Dust, Heil Hitlers and UC Rusal: Sunday, July 13, 2014

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Street Lights, Water and Summer Breaks: Friday, July 11, 2014

The last few days have been…well, interesting. High drama on the football front, with the spectacular collapse of the Brazilian team at the hands of Germany and the subsequent struggle resulting in a penalty win for Argentina. At the beginning of the tournament I bought three flags: one for Brazil (husband is a Brazil lover, … More Street Lights, Water and Summer Breaks: Friday, July 11, 2014

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