Dominica: Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit welcomes group of business leaders

Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica- Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, welcomed a group of business leaders on Friday, November 11, 2022.

Dominica: Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit welcomes group of business leaders
Dominica: Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit welcomes group of business leaders Photo Credits: Roosevelt Skerrit Facebook Page

Roseau, Dominica: Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica- Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, welcomed a group of business leaders on Friday, November 11, 2022. He conducted meeting with the leaders with the aim of hearing their perspectives on various policies and programmes of the Government. 

PM Roosevelt Skerrit also heard their recommendations for placing the country on the path to resilience and wealth creation. 

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He took to social media and stated, “I welcomed a group of business leaders on Friday to hear their perspectives on Government’s policies and programmes and their recommendations for placing our country on a path to greater resilience, economic independence and wealth creation.” 

Prime Minister Dr Roosevelt Skerrit extended gratitude to the leaders for their interactive engagement with the Government. In the meeting, they freely shared their views on various matters of concern, such as the upliftment of the local business. They also discussed various ways the creation of jobs for the young generation of the country. 

“I thank them for their engagement and for freely sharing their views on issues related to the facilitation of business activity and job creation, “said the prime minister. 

PM Roosevelt Skerrit also met with members of the various unions representing public sector employees. The meeting was held with the aim of articulating various measures for the upliftment of the sector. He also discussed proposals to increase professionalism and efficiency within the sector.

In her Independence Day address on November 3, PM Roosevelt Skerrit announced a number of measures to benefit public officers, including teachers and police officers, and to build strong and effective governance structures.

“Earlier today, he met with members of the various unions representing public sector employees to further articulate these measures and discuss proposals to increase professionalism and efficiency within the sector, “said the prime minister. 

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