JERSEY needs a much larger population than today if the Island is to meet its future challenges, says the departing president of the Jersey Chamber of Commerce.
THE Island has ‘sleepwalked into a dangerous mindset’ in which business is seen as a ‘problem’ rather than the solution to economic ills, according to the new president of the Jersey Chamber of Commerce.
A FAMILY firm which supplies tractors to the farming industry is celebrating 40 years of trading this week.
THE taxpayer has not lost out as a result of massive fall in profits at Jersey Electricity as the dividend paid on the States 62% was maintained at £1.14 million.
International governments were urged at a Jersey Finance London conference this week not to lose sight of the importance of an individual’s right to privacy as they change rules to force disclosure of more information to tax authorities.
PROFITS have plummeted by £5 million at Jersey Electricity as the majority-States-owned utility company starts to suffer from the loss of its cable connections to France last summer.
CO-OP members across the Channel Islands will be given back £8.65 million in dividends for money they spent last year, it has been announced.
ISLANDERS will soon have access to a 3D printing service which can make everything from a spare part for a washing machine to a mobile phone cover.
GUERNSEY’S economy proved more resilient than Jersey’s in 2012, according to one of the Island’s biggest retail groups.