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Peter McConnell, managing director of Trade Winds Citrus Limited, at the company's complex in Bog Walk, St Catherine. File

Trade Winds Citrus’s ambition to become a dairy producer is still unfulfilled after 18 months awaiting permits for its preferred cattle breed.

The green US$6.5 million multistorey edifice in New Kingston was much talked about during its construction when speculation was rife about its intended use.

Despite the tabling of a bill by the Jamaican Government for the hostile takeover of Venezuela’s minority holdings in the Petrojam refinery, the principals in A & A Lime Hall Development Company are still optimistic about reaching an...

Forty countries led by Japan and the European Union – but not the United States or China – have agreed to require new cars and light commercial vehicles to be equipped with automated braking systems, starting as soon as next year, a UN agency said Tuesd

Germany recorded zero growth in the fourth quarter, only narrowly avoiding a recession and adding to downbeat signs piling up about the 19-country eurozone economy.

European plane maker Airbus said Thursday it will stop making its superjumbo A380 in 2021 for lack of customers, abandoning the world’s biggest passenger jet and one of the aviation industry’s most ambitious and most troubled endeavors...

Coca-Cola posted solid quarterly profit and revenue numbers, but the strong dollar could slow sales in the coming year.

China’s January exports rebounded from a contraction amid a tariff battle with Washington while Chinese purchases of US goods plunged.

Automobiles are getting more reliable, but J.D. Power’s annual survey finds problems with battery failures, transmission shifting and voice-recognition systems.

Eight Rivers Energy Company, the entity set to operate the Paradise Park Solar Farm in Westmoreland, says the project is half-complete and due for commissioning by the second quarter of this year. Neoen, the French partner with the biggest stake in...
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