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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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Prevailing drought conditions which impacted the country last quarter (July to September 2014), was cited as the primary reason for the overall contraction in the performance of the economy for the October to December 2014 period.
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The Government of Jamaica and the European Union (EU) will commemorate 40 years of partnership with an anniversary launch tomorrow, Thursday, February 12 at the Office of the Prime Minister, Jamaica House.
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GOVERNMENT SHOULD SUPPORT ALTERNATIVE MECHANISMS FOR YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS—PIOJ’S LABOUR MARKET FORUM
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POVERTY DECLINES IN RURAL AREAS; IMPROVEMENTS IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION CITED—PIOJ’S JAMAICA SURVEY OF LIVING CONDITIONS 2012
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Drought conditions during the months of June and July severely impacted agricultural production which weakened the overall performance of the economy for the July to September period.
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A new technology based lifestyle platform which uses mapping as a means of identifying the commercial activities and other lifestyle patterns of residents within the Waterhouse community, by providing real-time information to stakeholders, will be of great benefit to the work of the Planning Institute of Jamaica’s (PIOJ) Community Renewal Programme (CRP), given its reliance on empirical data, says Deputy Director General, PIOJ, Mr Richard Lumsden.
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