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An upturn in the performance of the Mining & Quarrying, Construction, Hotels & Restaurants and Real Estate, Renting & Business Services industries helped to fuel growth within the economy for the April to June 2015 quarter.
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The Jamaican Bamboo sector is set to get an injection of US$130,000.00 or J$15million for the implementation of the Peckham Bamboo Pre-processing project located in the community of Peckham, in Clarendon.
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Executive Director, Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA), Mr Ronald Jackson has made the call for the region to become serious about building resilient and vibrant societies capable of facing hazard impacts, and to restore the balance within the natural environment as the basis for driving down vulnerability and sustaining the resilience building process.
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Director General, Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ), Mr Colin Bullock, has charged the residents of Majesty Gardens to own the renewal process within their community and to make a concerted effort to continue to learn.
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The Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ), along with several government entities will be participating in the sixth Biennial Diaspora Conference from June 15 to 18, 2015 at the Montego Bay Conference Centre under the theme: Jamaica and the Diaspora: Linking for Growth and Prosperity.
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A rise in visitor arrivals and increased construction activities, were some of the reasons cited for the rebound in the performance of the economy for January to March 2015. Real GDP grew by an estimated 0.3 per cent, reflecting an increase in the Services Industry up 0.6 per cent.
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6th Biennial Jamaica Diaspora Conference 2015 to be held 13–18 June 2015, Montego Bay Jamaica
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Director, Social Policy, Planning & Research Division, at the Planning Institute of Jamaica Mr Easton Williams has stated that the PIOJ recognizes the need for a new, structured approach in the creation of a policy framework towards the eradication of extreme poverty and hunger, and for the articulation of programmes towards the sustained reduction of poverty levels.
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