Growth is more than talk: Holness

Jamaica Observer

Tuesday, December 20, 2011



 

PRIME Minister Andrew Holness, said during the final national debate that talk cannot allow the country to grow.

"Growth is serious more than just talk, the next stage in our strategy is to line up the macroeconomic indicators," Holness said.


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