Tag Archives: Dollars

$2,700,000 Million Dollars Spent To Further Facilitate The Argyle Airport

Government has spent in excess of two million dollars US to purchase three new Fire Trucks at the Argyle International Airport. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves made this disclosure at an Inspection Ceremony at the Campden Park Container Port this morning The Prime Minister said the trucks were purchased for use at the Aircraft Rescue… Continue Reading →

Flow Plans To Invest Up To $20 Million US Dollars In Local ICT Sector’s Development

Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism, Sports and Culture, Senator Luke Browne has highlighted the significant role which Information and Communications Technology (ICT) plays in the development of the modern society in today‚Äôs world. He made the point, during a Networking Business Luncheon hosted today by the Telecoms Provider Flow, in collaboration with the… Continue Reading →

International Airport Will Be Completed At An Estimated 500-Million EC Dollars

Chief Executive Officer of the International Airport Development Company, IADC, Dr. Rudy Matthias was on hand in New York on Saturday night, to brief the gathering on the International Airport Project at Argyle. During his presentation, Dr. Matthias disclosed that the estimated value of the completed airport is 700-million EC-dollars. He however noted that the… Continue Reading →

Over 200-Million Dollars Raised, Prime Minister Updates Public On The Floods Fund

Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says the Government has so far raised over 200-million dollars to carry out rehabilitative work, in the aftermath of the December 2013 Floods. Nine months after the devastating floods, Dr. Gonsalves says his Government has secured 278-million dollars and the money will be spent between now… Continue Reading →

St. Vincent and the Grenadines Flood Fund Raised Over 250-Million EC Dollars

The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has so far raised 278-million dollars to carry out rehabilitative work, in the aftermath of the December 2013 Floods. The Prime Minister said that nine months after the devastating floods, his Government has secured 278-million dollars and the money will be spent between now and 2017.