CIG in job talks with CEC as benefits remain elusive

| 21/08/2013

(CNS Business): Education Minister Tara Rivers met with the board of what has become the controversial special economic zone, Cayman Enterprise City, recently to discuss “training, employment and advancement of Caymanians” in the zone, according to a government release. At present, the much heralded initiative has brought limited benefits to both government coffers and local workers. On its website the zone heavily promotes the fact that it can acquire five year work permits in five days for companies relocating there so they can “hire who you want from wherever you want”, with local workers being offered as only an afterthought, which has led to many people viewing the zone with some scepticism. Read more on CNS Business

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  1. Anonymous says:

    scam city…….

  2. Anonymous says:

    Wasn't the whole point of the CEC that you could open a business without being weighed down by the costs and burdens of the ordinary local businesses?