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Credit card woes, illiteracy fuel bankruptcy filings:
Fifteen businesses and individuals filed for bankruptcy since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic last March, with runaway credit-card arrears and financial illiteracy cited as overwhelming factors for personal debt through to the end of 2020….
Government On Track To Meet Performance Targets Despite COVID, Says EPOC
Keith Duncan, chairman of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee, EPOC, government is on track to meet the quantitative performance targets for its economic reform programme for end-June 2020, based on the preliminary numbers…
COVID-19 BAILOUT: Clarke tells how Gov’t will help workers, small businesses
Finance Minister Dr Nigel Clarke yesterday outlined the Government’s financial bailout package for thousands of Jamaican workers and small operators in tourism and related sectors who have taken a hit by a downturn in activities because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Entire closure of Jamaica’s tourism industry due to COVID-19
Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett is admitting that the entire tourism industry in Jamaica is facing imminent closure given the travel restrictions on many of its source markets as well as local containment and restriction protocols…
NHT Relief – Sweetener For New Borrowers, 100,000 Mortgagors To Benefit From Rate Cut
With the COVID-19 pandemic turning its screws on the Jamaican economy, Prime Minister Andrew Holness yesterday announced a stimulus package to reduce interest rates by one percentage point to new National Housing Trust (NHT) borrowers while offering existing mortgagors a 0.5 per cent rate cut…