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PM commits to transforming public sector to meet private sector demands

Published:Sunday | August 20, 2017 | 6:00 PM
Prime Minister Andrew Holness (centre) at a recent ground-breaking ceremony for a multi-billion hotel development in Trelawny. Encouraged by such investments in the economy, Holness says his administration is committed to transforming the public sector to deliver the level of efficiency in service that is required to support the private sector.

Encouraged by investments in the economy, Prime Minister Andrew Holness says his administration is committed to transforming the public sector to deliver the level of efficiency in service that is required to support the private sector.

The prime minister was addressing the ground-breaking ceremony yesterday for the CB Group’s $15 billion development dubbed – The Nest, the company’s first Hybrid Growth Centre (HGC) in Fellowship, St Catherine.

Mr Holness said the Government will continue to support and create an environment in which risk-takers can manage the risk of investment, and continue to pursue a fiscal policy that is supportive of economic growth and job creation.

He hailed the CB Group for its innovativeness and confidence to invest in Jamaica.