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EXECUTIVE Council, attended by Members of Legislative Assembly Barry Elsby, Phyl Rendell and Mike Summer this week consisted of two parts; the ordinary Executive Council and the Budget Executive Council where papers that need to go to the Budget Select Committee were reviewed and sent on for further discussion and public consultation where appropriate.
The budget agenda contained 11 papers, the first outlining the overall budget strategy as discussed in the public Budget Select meeting a few weeks ago. MLAs then reviewed a paper from organisations requesting donations and subventions and referred it on to the Budget Select Committee.
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WITH the Falkland Islands' upstream oil and gas industry still in its infancy, the country's attractive fiscal regime, which boasts a low government take, is expected to remain stable through the short and medium term, says a new report from research and consulting firm GlobalData.
THE Falkland Islands Government is considering the introduction of a number of tax reliefs designed to facilitate growth in the rural economy it was announced today.
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NOBLE Frontier the floating dock (owned by hydrocarbons company Noble Energy) which left the port of Point a Pierre, New Orleans on February 7, arrived in Port William at approximately midday today. (Picture by Mark Spicer).
THE Commander British Forces Falkland Islands Air Commodore Russ Laforte gave a comprehensive update on oil spill management and clean up at Byron Heights at the meeting of the Executive Council on Wednesday. This included information regarding future measures to prevent spills. Members of the Legislative Assembly were satisfied that the necessary action is all in hand said MLA Mike Summers in a summary of the meeting.
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