Kalilah Reynolds

TransJamaican Highway, Jamaica’s Largest IPO Set To Hit The Road On February 17

Details of the Initial Public Offer, IPO, for TransJamaican Highway are now out, it’s the most anticipated IPO since the government’s sale of Wigton Windfarm to the...

In Landmark Ruling, Supreme Court Orders Demolition Of $100m Montrose Rd Property

In court documents, the developer claimed to have invested more than $100-million in the project.

Fitch Affirms Jamaica’s Long Term Ratings At B+, Revises Outlook To Positive Citing Strong Tax Collection

Global credit ratings agency, Fitch, has affirmed Jamaica’s long term ratings at B-plus, and revised the country’s outlook to positive. A positive outlook...

Foreign Exchange Market Has Normalized – BOJ Official

Bank of Jamaica Deputy Governor John Robinson says the foreign exchange situation appears to have normalized. About two weeks ago, President of the Jamaica Manufacturers...

‘Allow Your Children to Follow Their Own Positive Path’ – Koffee’s Mom, Jo-Anne Williams

Mother of Grammy winning artiste, Koffee, is challenging parents to encourage their children to follow their own path, as long as it’s positive. Jo-Anne Williams...

Jamaican Student in Wuhan, China Fears Food Shortage in City Lockdown Amidst Coronavirus Outbreak

A Jamaican studying in Wuhan, China, the center of the deadly coronavirus outbreak, says he’s been running low on food, as the city has been locked down. Norville...

Some J’Cans in China to Return Home Amidst Coronavirus Outbreak – Foreign Affairs Minister

Jamaica’s Foreign Minister, Kamina Johnson Smith, says some Jamaican students in parts of China have taken precautionary measures and are returning home. The...

Foreign Ministry Monitoring 18 J’cans Living In Wuhan, China Amid Deadly Coronavirus Outbreak

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade says they’re aware of 18 Jamaicans, including students and teachers, in the Wuhan area of China, the center of...

MSME Boss Calls For Incentivization of Manufacturing Sector

President of the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, MSME Alliance, Donovan Wignall, is calling for more incentives for the manufacturing sector. Mr. Wignall was...

JMEA Raises Concerns of US-Dollar Shortage

President of the Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association, JMEA, Richard Pandohie, says members have not been able to access US dollars for the past two weeks. He...