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Bank Of Jamaica Designing New Reporting Forms To Capture Vital Information On The Extent Of Private-Sector Credit Being Provided To Micro, Small, And Medium-Sized Enterprises

Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) Governor, Brian Wynter, has advised that the BOJ is designing new reporting forms to capture vital information on the extent of private-sector credit being provided to micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs). The value of loans disbursed to MSMEs by deposit-taking institutions as a percentage of total private-sector credit, is among […]

Reduction In Transaction Volumes For GraceKennedy Remittance Business In Jamaica Due To Enhanced Compliance Measures.

Trinidad and Tobago Economy Continues To Adjust Slowly From The Decline In International Energy Prices Since 2014

Trinidad and Tobago Central Bank Governor Alvin Hilaire said this week that the domestic economy continues to adjust slowly to the terms of trade shock, as a result of the decline in international energy prices since 2014. This has translated into a reduction in foreign exchange inflows and an erosion of fiscal buffers. The resulting […]

Bank Of Jamaica Designing New Reporting Forms To Capture Vital Information On The Extent Of Private-Sector Credit Being Provided To Micro, Small, And Medium-Sized Enterprises

Find A Way To Facilitate The Seamless Transition Of Businesses Operating Informally To The Formal Economy- Wynter

Governor of the Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) Brian Wynter says it was in the country’s best interest if more businesses are regularized, taxes collected and that a way be found to facilitate the seamless transition of businesses operating informally to the formal economy. A very good way to start, is to try to make it […]

Bank Of Jamaica Designing New Reporting Forms To Capture Vital Information On The Extent Of Private-Sector Credit Being Provided To Micro, Small, And Medium-Sized Enterprises

Barbados Has Failed To Achieve A Balance Between Foreign Exchange Inflows And Outflows

Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados Dr DeLisle Worrell in his January economic letter, titled – We are the Craftsman of our Economic Fate – has indicated that the country has failed to achieve a balance between foreign exchange inflows and outflows and has failed to achieve that balance since 2013. Commenting further he […]

Bank Of Jamaica Designing New Reporting Forms To Capture Vital Information On The Extent Of Private-Sector Credit Being Provided To Micro, Small, And Medium-Sized Enterprises