Saint Lucia has a number of diplomatic and consular representatives both abroad and on the island.
The Division is responsible for the following activities: a. Management of Human and Financial Services; b. Programme Design and Implementation; c. Promotion of inter-ministerial cooperation and coordination; d. Information Management; e. Legal Services , f. Passport or visa services ,g. tourist and safety information, h. govt notice and business notice , and i. dept and code info .

The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) was established by the Treaty of Basseterre which was signed on June 18th 1981 by seven Eastern Caribbean Countries – Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

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News for Businesses

Companies urged to renew outstanding annual licenses

The Department of Commerce will be exercising greater vigilance to ensure that all companies comply with licensing rules.

SLBS to host certification ceremony

The organization will award the Saint Lucia Standard Mark to two outstanding products.

Statistics Office requests cooperation on key survey

The data collected will help government make informed decisions about employment conditions.

Prime Minister to improve IBC legislation

Mr. Chastanet hopes the creation of a municipality will encourage regional companies to set up their offices in Saint Lucia.

Financial Center officelly opened

All units of the Department of Finance are now housed at the same location.

OECS prepares for free circulation of goods

Customs unions discuss intra-regional trade and the Agro-Shipping Initiative.

Expo to showcase regional products

Exporters from the OECS and Martinique will promote products and services at the buyer-focused exhibition.

SLBS to host National Quality Infrastructure Symposium

The implementation of quality standards will help improve economic, social, environmental and technological resilience in Saint Lucia.

Trade License compliance

Trade License compliance by Department of Commerce

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