(ZIZ News) – Small and medium-sized businesses in St. Kitts and Nevis were in the spotlight during the most recent sitting of the Federal Cabinet.
ZIZ News understands that that body will be expanding stimulus packages and providing concessions for some businesses.
On Friday morning, Director of the St. Kitts and Nevis Information Service, Lesroy Williams revealed that Cabinet has agreed to extend the duty-free scheme for stand-alone restaurants for an additional year. This is in addition to providing concessions for some small and medium-sized enterprises namely Whoosh Bumper Cars, Synergy SKN, Seahorse Enterprises, Bird Rock Beach Hotel and Oasis Investment Ltd.
Cabinet has also approved the establishment of Keti-Medical Centre and Pain Management.
Meantime, also coming out of the same Cabinet meeting was the decision to support measures to strengthen justice and law and order in the country.
This media house understands that Cabinet has unanimously approved the launch of the National Crimes Commission, the establishment of One National Defence Council, and the formation of a Criminal Justice Strategic Board.