Consumer Sentiments in Grenada has fallen to an all-time low, according to a survey of the Department of Management Studies of the University of the West Indies (UWI), and former Finance Minister Anthony Boatswain says he’s not surprised. Continue reading
The main opposition New National party on Wednesday called for Finance Minister Nazim Burke to resign over efforts by Taiwan to collect 76 million EC dollars of unpaid loans from Grenada.
The NNP, of former Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell, is blaming Burke for the decision by Taiwan to embark on extreme measures to recover the money. Continue reading
Former Finance Minister Anthony Boatswain is calling on government to provide evidence to substantiate its claim of 1-percent positive economic growth for the first half of the year.
The opposition senator says positive growth must be a spin-off from growth in individual sectors and so far the government has not been able to indicate growth in any of the sectors.
“I personally disagree. The Prime Minister would have to tell me which sectors contributed to this positive growth.”