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Ernest Hilaire: changes in CIP will lead public growth

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Saint Lucia: Ernest Hilaire, the minister for Tourism and Investment in Saint Lucia, shared his words on the amendments to the Citizenship by Investment Programme, CIP, in the upcoming budget distribution announcement which comes as a change for the betterment of the people in his latest appearance.

Minister Ernest Hilaire, who also holds the responsibilities of the deputy prime minister, stated about the plans of the government and authorities to come up with the projects under CIP that will directly impact the Saint Lucians in a positive manner.

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The speech by Minister Hilaire was directly focused on the citizens and that raised the expectations from the amendments high among the citizens. It is expected by the change to bring some potentially optimistic adjustments to the CIP that could help in the growth of the nation with locals citizens.

Minister Ernest Hilaire said in his statement, “As government of the nation we want to make sure the CIP can start delivering directly to the people of Saint Lucia. Not just by raising revenue that goes to the government treasury, but also to start making a direct contribution.”

Minister Hilaire mentioned about the similar programme introduced by several countries around the world and in the neighbouring Caribbean island nations and the policies they implemented. He talked about the necessity of taking steps in the CIP structure that could bring benefits to the people.

He highlighted that the Saint Lucia CIP still need to achieve a lot and explore its potential. Ernest revealed the possible reveal of projects that are planned under the CIP in the upcoming announcements. The future approach of the government with CIP could help in potential change for betterment in the socio-economic structure in the island nation.

While talking about the upcoming budget announcement, Ernest Hilaire, mentioned about the vision of the government for the growth of the country, especially in the tourism sector that comes under his field of authority.

He shared some glimpses about the potential steps to be taken in the tourism sector where investment will be done by keeping public growth in mind with community tourism and the creative industries. The major events around the island which works as a point of attraction for tourists and investors will be focused on including carnivals and cultural things.

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In his recent statement, Ernest Hilaire talked about the growth of the tourism sector with the growth of the citizens of the nation which is the way to bring long term and steady progress to the nation. Following the same vision he mentioned the plans followed for the tourism sector in the upcoming budget.

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