Trade between Jamaica and China is growing rapidly, and this is being facilitated by both the Jamaican and Chinese governments. With few trade restrictions now in place, many Jamaican companies are getting in on the action. </
The cash-deficient Cash Plus Group Limited cannot use the current cease and desist order as an excuse not to give investors back the $20 billion in principal sums which it gobbled up over the last five years, or to pay a portion of
The country’s debt will surge over the $1 trillion mark this year. Data released by the Debt Management Unit at the Finance Ministry indicated that the public debt zipped from $973 billion ($332, 333 for every man, woman and chil
Electronic cards have changed the way we conduct business today. We no longer have to walk around with huge sums of cash, which pose a security risk; in these “card carrying days” we can simply “swipe and go”.
The Jamaican Institute of Management will host 17th Management Convention under the theme “Managing For The Future” at the Hilton Kingston Hotel from April 10 – 12.
The three-day event will host Timothy C. Mack, Preside
Friday, February 1, 2008 marked the official start of the Tax Administration’s annual Special Taxpayer Service Programme, which assists small business operators to complete and file their income Tax Returns to meet the March 15 deadlin
The 2007/2008 budget seems to be performing better than originally programmed for by former finance and planning minister, Dr Omar Davies. Data released by the Ministry of Finance revealed that the government took in $174 billion in reve
The Government of Jamaica (GoJ) could use the vehicle provided by the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) to sell shares in a number of public sector companies to help meet the fiscal deficit target which has been revised to 5.5 per cent
Finance and public service minister Audley Shaw and the Bruce Golding led administration say that they will cut the rate of corporate taxes from 33.33 per cent to 25 per cent this year, in order to increase the rate of corporate tax comp
Data released by the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service revealed that if the 20 per cent of country’s businessmen who are always advising the various governments to reduce the fiscal deficit and interest rates paid their taxes,