Tag: trade and business licence

TBL and DVDL payments going online

TBL and DVDL payments going online

| 19/10/2018 | 13 Comments

(CNS): The roll-out of two more e-government services will be show-cased next week when Commerce Minister Joey Hew hosts an event at a local hotel unveiling the latest advances which, according to officials, will include the ability for people to pay for key services online. One of the new services will be the Trade and […]

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Police and DCI clamp down on illegal sessions

Police and DCI clamp down on illegal sessions

| 11/09/2018 | 10 Comments

(CNS): Following complaints to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service from members of the community about illegal sessions and late night, loud after-hours parties in George Town, the RCIPS has joined forces with the Department of Commerce and Investment to undertake proactive patrols and clamp down on those breaking the law. Inspector Courtney Myles, head of […]

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Inflation fuelling minimum wage challenge, says MLA

Inflation fuelling minimum wage challenge, says MLA

| 15/08/2018 | 91 Comments

(CNS): The MLA for George Town Central, Kenneth Bryan, has finally received a written response from government to a parliamentary question he submitted at the beginning of the year; it said that the minimum wage will be under review by the end of this month. But the independent member said inflation and the high cost […]

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Businesses promised smoother path to opening day

Businesses promised smoother path to opening day

| 19/06/2018 | 7 Comments

(CNS): Government is promising the business community a smoother path to opening up a business with the implementation of amendments to the Trade and Business Licensing Law that have now come into effect. Largely related to the application process for a T&B licence, officials are claiming that with the removal of certain document requirements, the […]

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Government listening to business, claims Hew

Government listening to business, claims Hew

| 27/03/2018 | 36 Comments

(CNS): Commerce Minister Joey Hew has said that government has been listening to the business community and is focused on addressing the red tape and other challenges faced by entrepreneurs, removing some requirements in the licensing process that have been found to be unnecessary. “Helping businesses succeed is an important goal for government,” Joey Hew […]

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