Tag Archives: Finance Minister Camillo Gonsalves

SVG INVESTMENT FORUM

Finance Minister Camillo Gonsalves will deliver the main address at the Media Launch of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Investment Forum, which is being hosted by Invest SVG this evening at the Bungalow Restaurant at Villa. The Investment Forum is slated for May this year, with the aim of promoting stronger trade and investment… Continue Reading →

PARLIAMENT

The Public Sector Investment Loan Bill was the only one passed at Tuesday’s session of Parliament. And a Resolution was also passed, authorizing the Government to borrow 50-million dollars from local Commercial Banks during the period January 1st to December 31st, 2019, to meet the current requirements of the Government. Parliament has been suspended until… Continue Reading →

COMMISSIONING COAST GUARD VESSEL

This country’s newest Coast Guard vessel Captain Hugh Mulzac, will be commissioned at a ceremony this afternoon at the Cruise Ship Terminal in Kingstown. The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in conjunction with the Police Force and SVG Coast Guard Service will host the commissioning ceremony. A release from the API said the… Continue Reading →

GOVT-UNIONS MEETING

The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has agreed to have detailed discussions with the Commercial, Technical and Allied Workers Union and the National workers Union, on Allowances and other Workers Benefits. This decision was made following a meeting between the Government and Trade Union Officials on Friday at the Prime Minister’s Office. According… Continue Reading →

BANKING BUSINESS

The challenges of doing business with financial institutions were highlighted by Members of Parliament yesterday during debate of the Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information Amendment Bill. In his presentation, Minister Camillo Gonsalves said the amendment to the Bill seeks to facilitate compliance with rules from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, OECD. He… Continue Reading →