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Jamaica having achieved an average of 0.8 per cent economic growth over the last 50 years is, by any standard, an unimpressive record, especially for an economy with the vast potential to integrate with the global commercial system.

Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) President Christopher Zacca yesterday reemphasised the importance of social partnership agreements.

Jamaica in July signed a historic Social Partnership Agreement to create national dialogue and consensus on issues relating to economic growth and development.

Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM), The Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) and Jamaicans United for Sustainable Development (JUSD) are jointly hosting a special high level Forum on Jamaica’s Social Partnership and its implications for growth and development of the economy.

On Tuesday June 11,  Mona School of Business and Management through the Centre of Excellence for IT Enabled Innovation ...

Dr. Lawrence Nicholson has been appointed Chairman of the Board of Television Jamaica Limited.

He’s also been appointed to the Board of Directors of Radio Jamaica Limited.

The appointments are effective Friday, September 20.

IN response to the recently-publicised breaches of substance use protocols in the athletics field, Mona School of Business & Management (MSBM) in partnership with the University of the West Indies (UWI) Faculty of Medical Sciences engaged key stakeholders in the sporting fraternity...

The children of the National Children’s home participated in a special fun and learning session courtesy of Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) on Thursday July 18, as the school celebrated Nelson Mandela Day.

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FARMERS IN Jamaica continue to lose millions of dollars in produce and livestock each week to thieves, despite making numerous reports to the police and the several measures implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture over the yea...

Dr.Maurice McNaughton Director, Centre of Excellence MSBM

Government could start paying Programme of Advancement Through Health and Education (PATH) beneficiaries through the mobile wallet, kickstarting a mobile payment movement in Jamaica, says a director of the Mona School of Business & Management (MSBM).

CEOs, academics and members of the public sector were among key members of Jamaica’s business community who participated in the fourth annual Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) Roundtable. The event, held under the theme “How to Compete for Organizational Growth” was hosted with special focus on developing a roadmap of specific tools and...

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