Jamaica Gleaner Commentary
Published: Monday Sunday | June 28, 2009
Trinidad's offer and Jamaica's energy debate
It is likely to be mere coincidence that the Government has finally got around to soliciting public comment on its energy green paper that has languished for three years.That it is now stirring is... Read More...PUBLIC AFFAIRS: IMF shock attack - Lessons from Latvia and Ghana for Jamaica
Last Thursday, Prime Minister Golding met with representatives of the Opposition, the trade unions, and the private sector to discuss the impending agreement with the... - Don Robotham Read More...Real-estate distortions
Let's build a house! No! Wait! We have to make that thousands of houses. - Martin Henry Read More...Child sexual abuse and underdevelopment
According to the report carried in the June 1 edition of The Gleaner, officials of the Ministry of Health have statistics that highlight "the risky sexual behaviour of children under 14". - Glenda Simms Read More...Global economic recovery wobbly
If we were to go by the economic picture being painted by billionaire investor Warren Buffett, one of the world's richest men, things are likely to get worse before the United States (US) economy begins to recover. - Dennis Morrison Read More...