Tag Archives: Minister of Finance Camillo Gonsalves

ESTIMATES PRESENTATION

Members of Parliament yesterday approved a Motion to adopt the 2019 Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure, which were presented by Minister of Finance, Camillo Gonsalves. The 2019 Estimates amount to: one billion, 67-million, 343 thousand, 283-dollars, representing an increase of 7.4% over the approved Budget for 2018. Minister Gonsalves said the 2019 Budget is made up… Continue Reading →

2019 ESTIMATES AND BUDGET

Minister of Finance Camillo Gonsalves will present the 2019 National Budget Address in Parliament on Monday February 4th. According to information from the Prime Minister’s Office, the Budget Debate will be preceded by the debate on the 2019 Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure on Tuesday January 29th 2019        Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said consultations… Continue Reading →

ECCB LETTER

The Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, ECCB, Timothy Antoine has written to Minister of Finance, Camillo Gonsalves, in relation to the challenges which small Traders from St. Vincent and the Grenadines face in conducting business in Trinidad and Tobago. Mr. Antoine said the ECCB has arrived at a two-pronged solution with the Central… Continue Reading →

ADOPT A CLASSROOM

More than three hundred students at twelve Primary Schools are receiving support under the Adopt a Classroom Initiative, which is a component of the Zero Hunger Trust Fund. The program was designed to assist children from communities with the highest levels of poverty with meals and oter necessities. Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Sustainable… Continue Reading →

CAMILLO BANK CHARGES

Some measures may be introduced here soon, to address the issue of high charges for financial transactions, imposed on consumers by Banks operating here. Word of this came from Minister of Finance, Camillo Gonsalves, during a News Conference yesterday. Minister Gonsalves expressed dissatisfaction with the bank charges, particularly those imposed for the use of ATM… Continue Reading →