The Jamaica Chamber of Commerce, JCC, has given conditional acceptance to the Prime Minister's plan of action to deal with the troubling situation at the State-run oil refinery Petrojam.
President of the Chamber, Larry Watson, has taken the position that the Prime Minister has laid out plans which should be given the chance to be implemented before facing strong scrutiny.
Following weeks of allegations and questions being raised about the operations of the refinery, Prime Minister Andrew Holness told the House of Representatives on Tuesday that an announcement will be made in a few days on the specific action to be taken.
He said that the focus now is on fact finding to determine the next move, and that he will act once he has all the information. The Opposition has rejected this position, but the JCC is suggesting that he must be given time to implement.