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OPPOSITION BLASTS CHAMBER ON “LEAKED DOCUMENTS” PRONOUNCEMENT

Opposition Leader Philip J Pierre has put the Chamber of Commerce on blast for their recent pronouncements regarding the leaking of government documents. In the latest issue of the publication “ED’s Perspective”, the chamber’s Executive Director Brian Louisy spoke of “breaches of confidentiality” in the public and private sectors. Louisy noted that this practice could result in harm to Saint Lucia’s economic interests, having an impact on business people’s confidence- both foreign and local- as to respect of privacy when doing business in Saint Lucia. The Leader of the Opposition says he is appalled by these statements.

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Bus Operators receive 1.1 million in rebate, but negotiations with government continue

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Minibus Operators on Saint Lucia have finally received the outstanding fuel rebate owed to them by the Government. But the battle has only just begun.

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Food establishment caught advertising turtle meat during closed season.

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One local food establishment was caught advertising turtle meat for sale during the closed season.

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Covid Compounds Economic Coma

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This year’s jobs numbers are in but, it only confirms what most of the working population already know. Policy measures to avert a possible corona-virus outbreak in Saint Lucia coupled with the sharp decline in tourism has been attributed to skyrocketing unemployment, millions in lost revenue and stagnant economic growth.

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