The Dominica Employers Federation (DEF) Friday said in order to comply with demands from the public for “more shopping hours” it would seek to have the government amend existing legislation so as to allow business places to operate on a Sunday.
The President of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA), Patricia Affonso-Dass is predicting that 2020 will be an exciting and fruitful year for the sector.
Credit Unions in Barbados are being encouraged to extend their reach and product line so they can provide more services to meet the emerging needs of their customers.
The World Bank says economies in Latin America and the Caribbean continue to lag in terms of reforms as it relates to doing business in the region.
The Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), Timothy Antoine, says the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCB) is set to record “solid” growth of about 3.3 per cent this year.
The Caribbean Tech Entrepreneurship Programme (CTEP) is a virtual hub for Caribbean start-ups and entrepreneurs, helping small businesses to unlock economic transformation through digital innovation platforms.
But just because workers have more freedom, doesn’t mean they’re working any less.
Regional airline LIAT has resumed direct flights from the Terrance B Lettsome International Airport to the Grantley Adams International Airport in Barbados.
The Guyana government Tuesday said the Barbados-based Shell Western Supply and Trading Limited has been selected as the company which will buy the country’s first three million barrels of oil as a result of the introductory phase of the Liza crude grade into the market.
Employers are reminded of the following change related to personal income tax (PIT) as announced in the 2019 Budgetary Proposal and Financial Statement, and which will come into effect from January 1, 2020.