In all my years as a citizen of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, September 2017 will go down in the history as the bloodiest month in the small developing state. I hope it gets better since there is an opportunity for further development and the attractions of more investors who are willing to establish a business and create employment.

St. Vincent and the Grenadines has a very good investment climate and it is time for something meaningful to be done in Paget Farm, Bequia near to the Paget Farm Primary School. That area is a good location to set up some commercial buildings and it is near to the JF Mitchell Airport for ease of access for the importation of raw materials and the export of finished products.

The establishment of a few factories can create employment for every resident on the island of Bequia. The Representative of the Island must make an effort to put his stamp on the Island, by using his influence with external companies and to invite them to the island. I believe that the Cabinet will be happy to accede to any request the Representative put forward. We are overrun with tourism product and we need to get into goods and services to serve the tourism industry.

I will say more and give some ideas in another article. Have great day folks.

Sir Godfrey Gregg


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