Premier and Minister of Finance and Economic Management, the Honourable Joseph E. Farrell today presented an EC227.68 million dollar budget for the 2020/21 financial year. COVID 19 Causes Nearly $22M Deficit.
Small or micro businesses on Montserrat facing financial difficulties due to COVID19 measures, can now apply for a direct one-off cash grant, up to a maximum of ten thousand EC dollars ($10,000).
The business impact assessment conducted by the Trade and Quality Infrastructure Division, Office of the Premier has found that 3.6 million dollars in economic disruptions has occurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic, among other findings.
Supermarkets, shops, agents, government departments and businesses who would like to import goods in order to top-up their essential business supplies can now do so through the Ferry service.
The Traffic Division of the Ministry of Communication, Works, Labour & Energy (MCWEL) will recommence renewal of motor vehicles licensing from Tuesday May 5, between the extended hours of 8:15 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
As part of efforts to alleviate hardship that has been brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent response measures, the Social Services Department, with funding through the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management (MoFEM), has been implementing a ‘COVID-19 SOCIAL BENEFIT SUPPORT’ Programme, which includes several packages of assistance.
Efforts continue to ensure that individuals and families affected by the COVID-19 economic fallout are able to receive assistance. To date, the number of food packages delivered from the food bank amounts to 480. The Social Services Department is working diligently with partner agencies on this initiative, even as they continue to make improvements to these operations to be
Citizens and residents of Montserrat, I bring you warm greetings. Unlike previous years, Christians were unable to observe the passion, crucifixion and resurrection of our lord and savior, Jesus Christ the way we are accustom to. Although we were not able to visit our churches and celebrate Easter together, through technology we were able to participate in some of these
The Government of Montserrat through the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management (MOFEM), is now accepting applications for financial assistance from individuals and businesses in the tourism sector, as part of the fiscal stimulus package announced on Wednesday April 1, in response to COVID-19.
The Trade and Quality Infrastructure Division, in the Office of the Premier is asking importers to submit applications for import licences to Adena Johnson at the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org. Copies of licences will also be issued electronically. For further enquiries, please call 1 (664) 392-2300. The PDF Application Form is available on the Government of Montserrat website, click on publications, Office of