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False notes warning

The Central Bank of Barbados is urging shoppers to be vigilant, but...
Top economic advisor to the Mia Mottley administration Professor Avinash Persaud

GOVT advisor, blaming DLP, slams upgrade criticism

One of Government’s main economic minds has dismissed comments by...

UN check early next year for major conference

A United Nations advance team is expected here early next year to...

Lacklustre performance in Barbados and other...

The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) is...

Northern business waiting for the Christmas rush

Businesses in Speightstown have reported “moderate” Christmas...

Stephen welcomes S&P upgrade, urges caution

Barbados’ most recent upgrade by New York-based credit rating...

Economy ‘on track’ with credit ratings...

Buoyed by a major upgrade of Barbados’ creditworthiness yesterday,...

Hoteliers ‘unable to get promised...

Over a year after hoteliers were given a promise by Government that...

RBC sells EC banks to homegrown operators

Major Canadian banks continued their exodus from the Caribbean today...

‘National accessibility standard’ for tourism...

Hotels, guest houses and villas may soon be required to ensure their...

CDB banking on South Coast sewer fix

The Caribbean Development Bank today approved a $60 million ($US29...

BHTA boss buoyant on tourism outlook

A leading tourism official said today he remains upbeat about the...

‘Lack of research, students in tourism’

Two prominent UWI professors have expressed disappointment at the low...

S&P notches credit rating up by six points

Barbados’ credit worthiness took a big leap up out of default...

Growing interest in sandbox

The Financial Services Commission (FSC) is reporting continued...

Beautify Bim, boost tourism, says TDC

An upbeat outlook for tourism was issued today by a major industry...

Port sets up mentorship programme

As it struggles with being ranked among the slowest and most costly...

Inequality, climate change ‘challenges to...

While Barbados and other countries have made progress in minimizing...

Port ‘loses time, money’ in reboot of Customs...

The Bridgetown Port is counting its losses from waivered fees for...
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