Local and regional entrepreneurs have been urged to view lip-service as an unnecessary evil that would only lend to the demise of meaningful efforts to transform the micro, small and medium enterprise sector.
The chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris says one the biggest economic and financial challenges facing the 15-member grouping is the practice engaged by the large global commercial banks to terminate their corresponding banking services.
Over a hundred local entrepreneurs are set to reap major benefits from their regional and international counterparts over the next two days.
Government understands tourism will lead Barbados out of its current economic challenges, and as such, supports programmes which train and educate those in the industry.
The Antigua and Barbuda government says it remains optimistic that an agreement could reached regarding the sale of Scotiabank to a consortium of local stakeholders.
Barbados’ economy is passing the right road signs on the journey to success and transformation says Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley.
The European Union removed the British overseas territory of Bermuda, the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba and Barbados on Friday from the bloc’s blacklist of tax havens, leaving no EU territory still on the list.
Sagicor Financial Corporation Limited says it has entered into an agreement with the Jamaica-based broker dealer JMMB Group that will result in the company owning 20 per cent of New Sagicor.
The national mission remains stabilization and transformation of Barbados says Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley
A significant number of employees are being hampered in their efforts to file accurate 2018 income tax returns, due to their employers’ failure to file critical 2018 income information on their behalf.