Welcome to this latest edition of the Chamber News & Views.
In this edition, attention goes primarily to the expected developments in Aruba’s second largest town, San Nicolas, as it became clear recently that the Valero refinery will be demolished, opening a host of possibilities and opportunities in and around the refinery premises.
The Chamber has been bringing this subject to the attention of the community for several years, and still maintains its position that this area is the single most important focus for economic development in the coming years, and hence the need for a comprehensive socio-economic development plan.Read more...
Decent, affordable housing is fundamental to the health and well-being of people and to the smooth functioning of economies.
When starting a business, its registration should be on top of the list of priorities. Sometimes, the entrepreneur is aware himself of registration being legally required, at other times it is either the bank, the supplier, or the landlord who want the entrepreneur to be a registered business, before anything else.