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Expectations High for Development of Transshipment Hub

Industry, Investment and Commerce Minister, Hon. Anthony Hylton, says expectations for the development of Jamaica’s global logistics and transshipment hub are high among stakeholders in the business and trading community worldwide. Speaking at the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce’s (JCC) Breakfast Forum at the Knutsford Court Hotel, New Kingston, on December ...
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Francis Kennedy Elected as President of the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce

Francis Kennedy was elected as President of the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce (JCC) yesterday. Kennedy, who previously served as first vice-president, replaced Milton Samuda at the JCC's Annual General Meeting. Kennedy in his acceptance speech explained that he understands the current economic hardship of Jamaica outling some moves for the ...
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The Chamber Acknowledges Jamaica’s Senior Cricket Team

The Jamaica Chamber of Commerce (JCC) acknowledged Jamaica’s Senior Cricket Team for its unprecedented and historical feat of securing five consecutive outright four-day titles in the West Indies Cricket Board’s regional competition during the years 2008-2012. President Milton Samuda presented the team with a citation on behalf of the Chamber ...
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JPS Co.’s New Leader Kelly Tomblin Addresses Solutions to the Energy Crisis

Kelly Tomblin, President & CEO of the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS Co.) gave an inspiring presentation at a recent JCC Board of Directors Luncheon at the Wyndham Kingston Hotel on May 15, 2012. Ms. Tomblin addressed JCC members and colleagues, highlighting the apparent challenges the energy sector currently faces ...
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Literacy Intervention Programme Launched for At-Risk Youth

THE Jamaica Chamber of Commerce (JCC) Education Committee, with the support of the NCB Foundation, recently launched its pilot Computer-based Literacy Intervention Programme. The programme is a collaboration with the Mona High School in St Andrew and is aimed at raising the literacy and numeracy competencies of unattached 'at risk' ...
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