PSOJ Expresses Concern about Prevalent Riverton Dump Fires and Calls for...

THE PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANISATION      OF JAMAICA THE CARLTON ALEXANDER BUILDING, 39 HOPE ROAD, KINGSTON 10 TELEPHONE: (876) 927-6238, FAX: 978-2709                     E-mail: psojinfo@psoj.org; Website: www.psoj.org  March...

PSOJ’s Initial Analysis on Brexit Vote

The UK’s sudden decision to leave the EU came as a shock to many. The world is concerned about the possible shock waves that...

Private Sector Groups Disappointed with NHT Developments

November 26, 2014   Kingston, Jamaica:   In the aftermath of the recent resignation of three additional NHT board members in order to give the Prime Minister a...

PSOJ Release re the EMC and the Status of the 360...

The PSOJ has noted an article in today's Sunday Gleaner that quotes unnamed sources as saying that "the Energy Monitoring Committee (EMC) established by...

Private Sector Groups Concerned about Fuel Pricing Policy

May 7, 2015 Private Sector Groups Concerned about Fuel Pricing Policy Kingston, Jamaica: The Jamaica Chamber of Commerce (JCC), the Jamaica Manufacturers Association (JMA), and the Private...

PSOJ Saddened by WISYNCO Fire

May 27, 2016  PSOJ Saddened by WISYNCO Fire Kingston, Jamaica: The PSOJ’s officers, executives, council, membership and staff are saddened by news of the massive fire still...

CRIME SITUATION REQUIRES ACTION NOW!

CRIME SITUATION REQUIRES ACTION NOW! The Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) is urging immediate action from our political leaders who are charged with the...

Energy Monitoring Committee (EMC) Raises Concerns about License Recommendations for EWI

Over the past several months, the Energy Monitoring Committee (EMC) has been observing the various developments relating to the 360 MW Project, including holding...