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Archive for July 28th, 2014

Rationalization success depends on implementation team

Rationalization success depends on implementation team

| 28/07/2014 | 1 Comment

(CNS): The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce encourages the government to be transparent and to share the EY report on government rationalization, which is expected this week. However, Chamber President Johann Moxam said it was “imperative” that the government then puts together a competent and professional implementation team. “That is the key to the overall […]

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Bermuda Sun closes it doors

Bermuda Sun closes it doors

| 28/07/2014 | 1 Comment

(CNS): The Bermuda Sun is to close down following its final publication on July 30 after serving the island 50 years. The newspaper’s management said that “the decline in advertising revenues over the past decade, exacerbated by the challenging economic climate and the impact of digital media on the print industry, has made it increasingly […]

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Radio rules to focus on industry not businesses

| 28/07/2014 | 1 Comment

(CNS Business): Despite having an overcrowded marketplace, with some 17 radio licences issued by the government regulator, the new Information and Communications Technology Authority (ICTA) boss has revealed that there has never been an industry meeting with the authority. Pulling the owners of the stations together last week to review what’s happening in the sector, […]

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New power provider to be announced this week

New power provider to be announced this week

| 28/07/2014 | 0 Comments

(CNS Business): The Cayman Islands’ Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERA) said this week that the announcement regarding who has secured the contract to supply the additional 36 megawatts of power that will be required by Grand Cayman in the coming years was expected before Friday. Dart Enterprises Real Estate Ltd, the Louis Berger Group and Caribbean Utilities […]

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