Caribbean

LIME denies Digicel allegations of unfair charges

By Admin 19.03.2014

ROSEAU: British telecommunications company, LIME, has denied allegations by its main rival in the Caribbean, Digicel, that it is unfairly charging customers for calls to certain numbers on the network.

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Tech talent could secure economic future for the region-World Bank

By Admin 12.03.2014

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Following the recent Digital Jam 3.0 conference in Jamaica, the World Bank said the potential of entrepreneurs specializing in the tech sector could secure the economic future for the region and valuable career opportunities for the youth.

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Dr. Ralph Gonsalves’ son defends right to serve in government

By Admin 12.03.2014

KINGSTOWN: Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade, Commerce and Information Technology Minister, Camillo Gonsalves, has defended his right to be appointed as a legislator in St. Vincent & the Grenadines insisting that he has always been a national of the country.

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Thousands of sugar workers threaten industrial action

By Admin 12.03.2014

KINGSTON: Over 4,000 sugar workers have threatened to take industrial action following weeks of failed negotiations involving their unions and the Sugar Producers Federation (SPF) for improved wage and fringe benefits.

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Public sector wage freeze could be extended

By Admin 12.03.2014

KINGSTON: Head of the Hugh Lawson Shearer Trade Union Education Institute, Danny Roberts, has announced that the public sector wage freeze that was implemented last year could go beyond the next three years.

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