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Grace Spence, (left) and Lesley Gordon show the new look credit card at the Scotiabank PriceSmart Diamond MasterCard Credit card launch at Knutsford Court Hotel in New Kingston on Tuesday, March 24-2009
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Lesley Gordon show the new look credit card at the Scotiabank PriceSmart Diamond MasterCard Credit card launch at Knutsford Court Hotel in New Kingston on Tuesday, March 24-2009
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Diana Forti, (right) Vice President and Customer Business Lead for Scotiabank in discussion with Pedro Vera, (left) Vice President of Operations of PriceSmart, Wayne Powell, (second left) Executive Vice President Branch Management Scotiabank and Elena Villafana-Sylvester, Financial Services and Retail Banking at the Scotiabank PriceSmart Diamond MasterCard Credit card launch at Knutsford Court Hotel in New Kingston on Tuesday, March 24-2009
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Daryl Vaz, sits out in the lobby at Parliament on Tuesday, March 24-2009 after winning the Buff Bay, Portland by election, he will of to sits in the lobby or the in the Box until next week.
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Daryl Vaz, enter the Box at Parliament on Tuesday, March 24-2009 after winning the Buff Bay, Portland by election, he will of to sits in the lobby or the in the Box until next week.
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Peter Bunting, PNP general secretary shake Daryl Vaz, hand at Parliament on Tuesday, March 24-2009 after winning the Buff Bay, Portland by election, Vaz will of to sit in the lobby or the in the Box until next week.
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Daryl Vaz, sits inthe Box at Parliament on Tuesday, March 24-2009 after winning the Buff Bay, Portland by election, he will of to sits in the lobby or the in the Box until next week.
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