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New ECCB Governor to address St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce on November 4th 2016

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downloadPRESS RELEASE – The New Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank will for the first time address the St. Lucian Business community during the first week of November.

Mr Timothy N.J. Antoine, succeeds Sir K Dwight Venner who retired on 30 November, 2015. The Governor will be meeting with members of The St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture during an Executive Luncheon Friday November 4th 2016.

Mr. Antoine will address the Business Community on “A New Vision for a New Era: 2016-2020 and Beyond, Saint Lucia Scorecard.” The St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture hosts Executive Luncheons where the business community is advised on current Business, Economic and Social Issues.

The Chamber therefore invites the entire Business Community to participate in a meaningful informative discourse over lunch on November 4th 2016 from 12:30 p.m.

For information regarding registration for this event, please contact the St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture at 452-3165 or email [email protected]

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One comment

  1. I wish that this institution's leadership would see the greater benefit of enlightening the public on its role in the economic life of the represented countries. This talk shop is extremely ceremonial.

    As far as the eyes can see, this event is not meant to educate anyone except for the very narrow objective of largely highlighting in effect, that Saint Lucia faces in the final analysis, some very difficult times going int the future.


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