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Business

Agri projects get US help

JAMAICA AND the United States yesterday signed a US$5 million (J$200 million) loan agreement under the PL480 programme to help with the funding of local agricultural projects, including the production of ackees and other fruits. The agreement was signed.

'Use facilities of PC Bank wisely'
LINSTEAD, St. Catherine: THE ANNUAL General Meeting of the St. Thomas-Ye-Vale PC Bank Bog Walk branch was held on Thursday, August 3, at the New Life Tabernacle in Bog Walk, St. Catherine.

CIB trains farmers to operate mini laboratories
SOME 20 farmers are being trained to operate mini laboratories in Seven Rivers, St. James, the Rio Grande Valley in Portland, Bog Walk in St. Catherine, Mount Airy in St. Andrew, and Cave Valley in St. Ann, under the rural adaptive technology transfer...

Coffee growers promised advance interim payment
CLAREMONT, St. Ann: COFFEE FARMERS have been promised an advance interim payment to allow them to fund inputs they had not received.











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