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$1 Million a Day Down the Drain

by By Mark Titus, The Sunday Gleaner | Feb 11, 2013
The Montego Bay Convention Centre, constructed at a cost of US$51.7 million and branded as a major outlet to garner foreign exchange from the lucrative meetings and conventions market, is instead bleeding the public purse.

The Montego Bay Convention Centre, constructed at a cost of US$51.7 million and branded as a major outlet to garner foreign exchange from the lucrative meetings and conventions market, is instead bleeding the public purse.

The Sunday Gleaner has confirmed that the centre is costing the country approximately $1 million each day and earning significantly less. More

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