Asset Valuators for the Sugar Cane Industry are sought by The National Investment Bank of Jamaica (NIBJ), wholly-owned by the Government of Jamaica.
What does NIBJ stand for?
NIBJ stands for National Investment Bank of Jamaica
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The National Investment Bank of Jamaica (NIBJ) is in the final stages of concluding arrangements for the privatization of the Sangster International Airport, said Burchell Whiteman, Information Minister, reports The Jamaica Gleaner (Nov.
The National Investment Bank of Jamaica also continues to divest some Government-owned enterprises.
The Government established a debt restructuring program through National Investment Bank of Jamaica (NIBJ) to provide financing of up to 50% of the debt to be restructured, up to a maximum of J$50 million (US$1.
The Jamaica Government has pledged US$13 million through the National Investment Bank of Jamaica (NIBJ) and the Urban Development Corp.