THE People’s National Party administration has slashed the spending plan put forward by the previous government by $22,395,189 billion.
The isosceles theorem put forward by the Greek mathematician Euclid became a test in medieval times of one’s ability to master more difficult matters. Greece this week faces such a test.
Britain’s inflation rate fell to 3.6 per cent in the year to January from 4.2 per cent the previous month, official figures showed Tuesday.
The warning by ratings agency Moody’s that it may cut the triple-A ratings of two of the euro zone’s largest countries, France and the United Kingdom, was met with resignation by analysts and economists Tuesday.
AT first glance, Jamaica’s current fiscal situation, as revealed by Finance Minister Dr Peter Phillips at Wednesday’s Jamaica House post-Cabinet press conference, looks significantly worse, or as he put it “disastrously off track”, than many expected.