Executive Chairman of
"I had not heard anyone looked so far ahead and come to the view that the next general election in
"At the time I thought it might not have been a reasonable or realistic position to hold, given the seriousness of the programme and what it means for the Jamaican economy. But having heard and read the IMF comments, I feel vindicated, and that I'm not alone in my thinking," says Executive Chairman of
Issa, in an article published on
Having noted in the article that there was much more left to be done in terms of maintaining fiscal discipline and stability in the financial system, Issa expressed concerns that these efforts could amount to nothing in the years ahead and cause the programme to derail.
In particular, he argued that with a general election due before the end of the programme, there may be compromises for political expediency which can derail the relationship with the IMF.
It was her hope, she said, that Finance Minister, Dr.
However, Lagarde was quick to clarify that this urge to overspend during an election season was not unique to
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/01/prweb11504728.htm
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