Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba’s Singles’ Day shopping frenzy is set to break records in its 11th year.
Barbados’ economy is on track.
Scotia Bank has scrapped the sale of its holdings in two Caricom states and will continue to run the operations for the time being.
After expanding by 4.4 per cent this year on the back of continued strength in the construction and services sectors ahead of oil production in 2020, Guyana’s economy could grow by a further 86 per cent next year, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Republic Financial Holdings Limited (RFHL) has now closed its acquisition of seven Scotiabank operations.
Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley has underscored the importance of Suriname-Barbados business relations, saying there are phenomenal trade and investment opportunities with that South American country.
Government’s thrust towards the digital transformation of Barbados has received a major boost.
Intellectual property (IP) is an important consideration for Barbados as it works towards an innovative entrepreneurial environment.
Central Bank Governor, Cleviston Haynes has painted a positive picture of the local economy for the first nine months of the year.
Barbados and its regional neighbours must seek to do more trade within the Caribbean; using the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) as the key driver.