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... disgraced by their acts of corruption, Derrick McKoy, former contractor general of Jamaica and deputy leader of the University of the West Indies' Faculty of Law, has published a book, the first for the ...
... a former director of FINSAC, the financial apparatus set up to assist Jamaica’s recovery from the spectacular failure of its financial services industry several years ago, is a columnist on financial matters ...
... at Harvard University. I was asked to speak on building credibility for competition authorities and on the lessons from the Caribbean, and more specifically from the Jamaican experience. I was especially ...
... been told many stories of Lee Kuan Yew making references to his visit to Jamaica and the impact that has had on him. One story, which I have discounted, is that the Singapore model was developed by him ...
... a female immigration officer who continuously spewed venom about other Caribbean Islanders. It was her first trip out of the island. This story was corroborated by former Jamaican honorary consul to ...
... baseball, from the competition framework. It is difficult to justify why baseball should have been excluded while other sports are not. Similarly, in the case of Jamaica, coffee production and sales are ...
Jamaica's anti-dumping commission has determined that the importation of Vulcan-made cement, the American-made product, is of no threat to the local industry, clearing the way for Tank-Weld Metals to continue ...
Tank-Weld's distribution of Vulcan-made cement is harmful to the Jamaican market, but the Anti-Dumping and Subsidies Commission (ADSC), whose preliminary findings were to be released yesterday, has opted ...
Jamaica's Anti-Dumping and Subsidies Commission (ADSC) has ruled [by a majority] that cement imported from the Dominican Republic is being dumped in Jamaica, and that there was evidence of some injury ...
10. More banks wanted
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... the 11th Annual Shirley Playfair Lecture on competition and regulation in the banking sector at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel on Thursday evening, reiterated what he said was his "disquiet" with the slow rate ...
... the Jamaican framework for arbitration must consider the intricacies of the governing law and supporting institutions as well as the capacity of those who serve as arbitration practitioners. Governing ...
12. Schools
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... a boarding school education is just too expensive for developing countries.   And after I left university, I arrived at the Jamaica Defence Force Coast Guard.  This was more than a university.  This ...
13. Contact
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Contact, Dr Derrick McKoy,

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