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The advent of Axcel Finance in Grenada as been hailed a significant step in Government's thrust to build Micro, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises which are among the key pillars of the "New Economy" in Grenada and essential to the overall strategy of poverty reduction. Prime Minister, Dr. the Rt. Hon. Keith Mitchell at the official opening of Axcel Finance in Grenada, joined by the Hon. Oliver Joseph, Minister of Economic Development, senators, and ministers of government.
MANY OF YOU HAVE BEEN ASKING HOW MED STUDENTS PAY FOR SCHOOL. It's something like this. Peep the editing and let me know how it is. I'm an international med school student, studying in Grenada. I'll be posting tons of videos about the experience, about fitness, about the lifestyle, and also about other stuff I enjoy. I really want to promote a healthy balance for med students, so i watch a lot of various vlogs like StrivetoFit, Casey Neistat, Mr. Ben Brown, Christian Guzman, Joe Knows Best and Steve Cook for inspiration and ideas! Check my channel out for more motivational content and entertaining stories and videos! Mad love! ALSO go and check out: Team Compendium https://compendiummedicine.com/ go show some love --------------------------------------------------------------------...
Local farmers should now have easier access to Agri-business Financing The Marketing And National Importing Board and The Grenada Public Service Credit Union recently signed a Memorandum Of Understanding that will allow its suppliers to access loans from the Credit Union
NNP Wins General Election in Grenada The New National Party (NNP) has defeated the NDC. The NNP which was in the opposition for the last four years was able to win all 15 constituencies. The former prime minister and finance minister were both defeated by the candidates of the NNP. In the constituency of St. George North West, the incoming Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell defeated 21 year old Ali Dowden by a significant amount of votes.
Allegations of victimization continue to flow between the country’s two main political parties, the NNP and the NDC. They follow statements made by Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Dr. Keith Mitchell, who admitted in his wrap-up in the 2017 budget presentation, that he did not support a job opportunity for the NDC’s political leader, Senator Nazim Burke.
Be Inspired: The future of our region is promising when an 8 year old can step forth showing his economic and oratory prowess on the issues affecting his country and initiatives to address them. Let us continue to support and promote such activities among the youth.
While Finance Minister and Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell, was making his closing remarks on the 2016 budget presentation in Grand Anse, the ink was drying on the IMF release in Washington. As if on cue, the IMF executive board announced the completion, of the third review, under Grenada’s extended credit facility. The IMF indicated that a U.S $2.7 million dollar disbursement has been approved for St. George’s.
Caricom heads of government have discussed the region’s financial and economic stability. The Brexit vote has sent Britain and the rest of the world into a tailspin. The pound sterling fell in value to the lowest in 30 years, and international financial markets took a downturn, as the implications hit home. The Caribbean is not immune from the potential fallout, and economists and politicians alike are assessing the situation. This as the majority of Caricom member states was former colonies of Britain, which was a key ally of the region within the EU. We get this special report from our Georgetown Guyana based correspondent Kenton chance
Year in Review 2009
DEVELOPING WORLD NEEDS KNOWLEDGE NOT AID. Selling raw commodities to developed countries would not end poverty in poorer nations, even if a fair price was paid, the World Export Development Forum (WEDF) in Montreux, Switzerland heard today. In order to truly reduce poverty, developing countries needed to manufacture more products themselves, Grenada's Minister for Finance and Foreign Trade Nazim V Burke said. "Despite the quality of our cocoa, the fact of the matter is, we've not been manufacturing anything -- we're not manufacturing chocolates, we've simply been exporting cocoa beans," Mr Burke said. "They're sold to the rest of the world, they make the products and then they ship (the chocolate) back for the people to eat in Grenada. "That's not fair trade. "For trade to be f...