Caribbean Business Report for 31st August 2020

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Well, good news at CPL for the Zouks. Let us hope the good run continues. Weatherwise two tropical waves are heading our way and likely to start affecting us towards the latter part of the week. Can’t stress enough the need to clear drains and security property. Just some limited time left to take advantage of the sale that Harris Paints has on right now. Another VAT free sale may not come by soon again.It’s Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Get informed.
Jamaica goes to the polls this week, and St. Vincent is probably next in the queue!

In the meantime here are this week’s headlines

  • Export success for another Saint Lucian manufacturer
  • Fuel price adjustments
  • Expanding bee-keeping in St. Lucia
  • Two St. Lucians reflect as Notting Hill Carnival goes virtual
  • H&L Environmental Services holds 2nd Annual Mold Awareness Month
  • To wind-up or not to wind-up – the CCJ rules
  • CCRIF contributes over US$100,000 in scholarships to UWI
  • World Bank funds supports over 7000 Dominicans during Covid-19
  • Lions Club of Gros Islet launches Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
  • CDC reduces Saint Lucia’s COVID-19 rating To Level 1
  • Modernizing the Public Procurement System
  • Saint Lucia signage at Duty Free Point Seraphine
  • KFC delivery is here
  • Immigration – An industry on the rise
  • India’s most wanted has never been a Dominica citizen
  • Antigua bus drivers on three day work week
  • Pandemic offers opportunity to reshape economy
  • Antigua allocates funds for Covid vaccine
  • Antigua clubs get Covid relief
  • Regional finance report
  • Grenada designated a safe destination

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Bernard Fanis