Jamaica Gleaner Commentary
Published: Monday Sunday | November 8, 2009
Rigorously debate BOJ reform
We are glad that there seems to be an emerging consensus that Jamaica should use the opportunity afforded by the departure of long-standing former governor Derick Latibeaudiere to debate on what kind of central bank... Read More...The US$900M myth
There is a $900-million myth floating around the 'pundit sphere' unquestioned and unchallenged. It posits that Jamaica is missing out on the opportunity to grow approximately US$900 million worth of food now being imported into the country. - Claude Clarke Read More...Dog gets MBA online
In response to my provocative article, "University fi stone dog" (September 13), I got a whole host of entertaining emails, most of which can't be reproduced here. - Carolyn Cooper Read More...Full-scale reform of BOJ needed
The circumstances surrounding the departure of the former Bank of Jamaica governor and the dispute over his claim for a large revision of his compensation package will no doubt continue to dominate the news for now. - Dennis Morrison Read More...Resignations and statesmanship
There is an American joke about lawyers which asks, "How do you know when a lawyer is telling a lie?" The answer given is: "when he opens his mouth." Now I am tempted to ask, when is a resignation, not a resignation. - Lambert Brown Read More...