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Jamaica Gleaner Business
published: Friday | May 21, 2004

C&W to invest $800m in mobile division - ... Gears up to provide the best service in the country
CABLE & Wireless is making an $800 million investment to secure its position as the dominant player in Jamaica's telecommunications market.

High fuel prices force Air J to adjust fares
THE massive increase in fuel prices has forced Air Jamaica to follow its major competitors in adjusting air fares.


Global events threaten J'can interest rates
THE RAMIFICATIONS of globalisation can be seen clearly as it effects the Jamaican interest rate scene.


What makes Scotiabank Jamaica so good?
WILLIAM CLARKE took up the position of managing director of Scotiabank Jamaica in 1995. Under his stewardship and in less than ten years he has seen Scotiabank become the pre-eminent banking institution of the country.


GoJ eurobond prices rebound
JAMAICAN DOLLAR FIXED INCOME MARKET THERE was a relatively low level of liquidity in the Jamaican dollar fixed income market this week.


St James PC revamps budget
WESTERN BUREAU: THE ST. James Parish Council on Tuesday revamped its $430 million budget for 2004-2005 financial year, which was rejected by the Ministry of Local Government.


GCT on electronic commerce
IT IS generally accepted that there are significant benefits for taxpayers and for economies as a whole, if tax laws are certain and predictable.


LoJ's first quarter profits up 21 per cent
LIFE Insurance leader, Life of Jamaica (LoJ), a subsidiary of Barbados-based Sagicor, is reporting a 21 per cent rise in net profits for the first quarter of 2004.














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