JERSEY had ample opportunity to be part of the Guernsey-run Channel Islands Air Registry, which is launched today, according to Guernsey’s chief minister.
Peter Harwood news
THE quality and stability of Guernsey’s financial services industry has been recognised by the vice-mayor of Shanghai.
ATTRACTING just a small amount of available business from China would be a huge boost for Guernsey’s economy, the Commerce and Employment minister has said following a trip to the country.
CHIEF Minister Peter Harwood has refused to be drawn into arguments about what reputational damage the Channel Islands Stock Exchange saga has had on the States and the island’s finance industry.
GUERNSEY has extended its global reach with new tax agreements with Slovakia and Poland.
GUERNSEY’S new population regime will not please everyone, the chief minister has acknowledged.
A RIFT between politicians and the Policy Council is down to the States’ structures, not individuals, backbenchers have said.
A PROGRAMME to rationalise the States’ £1.5bn property portfolio will live on, but its benefits will not form part of the States savings programme, the chief minister has said.
PAY-OFFS totalling more than £800,000 have been given to more than 50 outgoing States employees on golden handshake deals, it has been revealed.
THE States needs to consider standards for accommodation and to enforce them much more than it has done in the past, the chief minister said yesterday.