Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Monday | July 6, 2009
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LETTER OF THE DAY - The divestment dilemma
The Editor, Sir: Over the years, we have seen Jamaica's political administrations formed by our two major political parties divest most of Jamaica's businesses and institutions to foreign entities. The experts involved state that the reasons for such actions...

Robbing Peter to pay Peter?
The Editor, Sir: I'm first of all heartened to see the Customs Department auctioning cars that have been defaulted by their customers. I recall going to the Customs offices many years ago and seeing cars rotting on the lawn ...

Demanding better of NWC and JPS
The Editor, Sir: Friday, July 3, marked exactly three months since the National Water Commission repaired a broken main in front of my residence on Hope Boulevard which is at the intersection with Monterey Drive.

Jamaica: tainted by corruption
The Editor, Sir: The recently concluded auction at the Queens Warehouse and the resultant outcry are nothing new. A country which is tainted by corruption from top to bottom is unlikely to see transparency and just action even ...

Poor parenting
The Editor, Sir: I write to endorse statements made be Rennay Moore in her letter to The Gleaner of July 3 'Parents should give support'. While parents are the major stakeholders in education, and are expected to keep close check ...

How the NHT can help
The Editor, Sir: I have read with concern the many issues relating to lack of sufficient housing solutions for Jamaicans, particularly public servants. As the largest mortgage provider in the island, the National Housing Trust ...

A call to arms
The Editor, Sir: The Caribbean Single Market and Economy (CSME) is an integrated development strategy intended to benefit the people of the region by providing more and better opportunities for trade among member states.

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