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Business

FINSAC still negotiating LoJ sale

VICE-PRESIDENT IN charge of the individual line of business at Life of Jamaica (LoJ), Paul Lalor, will be leaving the company ahead of a final agreement to sell the island's largest insurance firm to Barbados Mutual Life Assurance Society.

Go-Local hits Manchester

THE GO-LOCAL Community web site www.go-mandeville.com is now online. It went live yesterday, and is number five in the series of community web sites being launched by the Gleaner Company in collaboration with Jamaica National and Sangsters Book Stores.

Increase in JAMPRO investment projects

WHILE JAMAICA'S overall Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows dropped last year, the value of the investments which came through JAMPRO increased, moving from US$101 million in 1999 to US$137.9 million in 2000, according to figures compiled by the Bank.

Highway 2000 due to begin construction in November

CONSTRUCTION OF the Highway 2000 project is slated to begin in November, but some key elements of the projects are already underway, says Development Bank of Jamaica managing director Kingsley Thomas.

Tech know - Tourism in more trouble - how the Net and Technology can help

JUST AS the US economy was headed for recession prior to the September 11 tragedy, so too was Jamaica's tourism in a state of serious stagnation. The US tragedy simply pushed us over the edge and further ...













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