In the face of the coronavirus threat, President of the Barbados Manufacturers’ Association (BMA) Robert Noel says the island’s local manufacturers have been rising to the occasion to supply Barbadians with much needed cleaners and disinfectants that are on par with international brands.
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Access to funding continues to be one of the biggest hindrances to starting a business in Barbados. That’s according to Ayanna Young-Marshall, Lecturer of International Business at the University of the West Indies. However, Ms. Young-Marshall says the government has sought to address this with its Trust Loans Programme. And The University of the West […]
A World Bank delegation has ended a visit to St. Lucia as part of a programme aimed at the digital transformation of the Eastern Caribbean, according to a government statement issued on Monday.
The Antigua and Barbuda government says it has received ‘positive” feedback to a proposal that would allow it to own at least 40 per cent of the Scotiabank branch in Antigua, which is being sold as part of several branches in the Caribbean to a Trinidad and Tobago-based financial institution.