Nevis: Mark Brantley– Premier of Nevis and the leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement, expressed pleasure in the fact that the private sector has been emerging positively for the economy of the country.
He stated that Nevis has been witnessing an upsurge in the number of investors, which has led to the post-COVID economic recovery and job creation.
Through his social media, he noted, “As we focus on post-Covid economic recovery and job creation, I am excited that the private sector in Nevis is responding positively to the investor-friendly climate that we have created.”
Premier Brantley added that the Nevis Island Administration has committed to the upliftment of the country. He mentioned the booming new business called Queen City Bar and Garden while noting that it is not only creating jobs but adding numerous varieties to the incredible restaurants and cuisine the Nevis is famous for.
He said, “This new business, Queen City Bar and Garden, is not only creating jobs but adding significantly to the dining options available on Nevis, which is already being heralded for its incredible restaurants and cuisine.”
Premier stated that the Concerned Citizens Movement-led Nevis Island Administration has been working diligently to bring Nevis on the path of development. He added, “We are building Nevis brick by brick, business by business, job by job.”
St Kitts and Nevis are known as the small island nation of the Caribbean. It is full of splendid beauty that can become a breathtaking experience for anyone. A must-visit twin-island nation has its own specialties, and restaurants and cuisine are one of them.
The Post Covid economy and the private sector in St.Kitts and Nevis are responding positively to the investor-friendly climate that has been created. New businesses continue to pop up all over the federation in record numbers.
The Twin-island Federation consists of sandy as well as silver and coral reefs, and tourist gets attracted to the beautiful and mesmerizing sights of the county.