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Tax defaulters to be tackled ‘vigorously’ — PM

The government will “tackle vigorously” the various businesses and entities that are not current with their taxes. Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves told a press conference...

Flow community outreach impacts 200 homes

Telecommunications provider, Flow, made its presence known in the homes of over 200 persons nationwide, as the team embarked on their community outreach. On Dec....

PM wants solution to currency issue Vincy traders face in Trinidad

Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves has described as wrong the ongoing situation in Trinidad and Tobago where Vincentian traders are unable to buy Eastern Caribbean...

Gov’t helping to pay for direct flights to Argyle (+ Video)

International carriers such as Air Canada Rouge that are flying passengers to St. Vincent and the Grenadines, are getting support from the Vincentian government,...

Gov’t sees increased revenue, spending in 2017

There was “a mixed picture” of the Vincentian economy at the end of November 2017, with year-on-year increases in both revenue and expenditure, the...

FCIB brings cheer to Georgetown family

A mother of three in Georgetown is ringing in the New Year on a higher note after receiving some much-needed assistance just before Christmas. Davenet...

BAICO’s long shadow darkens retiree’s Christmas

As Vincentians prepared for the holiday season, one retired man contemplated how his EC$1.45 million investment in the failed British American Insurance Co. Ltd...

IMF predicts ‘relatively flat’ economic growth for SVG

Economic growth in St. Vincent and the Grenadines in 2017 is expected to remain relatively flat, with a projected boost in tourism arrivals in...

SVG needs ‘additional fiscal measures’ — IMF

Additional fiscal measures are needed in St. Vincent and the Grenadines in 2018 and over the medium-term to pay arrears and put public debt...

Bigger suggests cold solution for produce price

A Vincentian businessman has a proposal that he said could help to stabilize the price that the nation’s agricultural produce can fetch on the...

Still no deal on Buccament Bay Resort

The government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is yet to sign a deal with an investor in the Buccament Bay Resort, one year...

2018 budget could ‘ease some of the burdens on business’

The budget that the Unity Labour Party will ask Parliament to approve in January will try to “ease some of the burdens on business”...