Consumers will pay more for gasoline, but less for kerosene and liquified petroleum products, from midnight Sunday, May 5. The price of diesel will remain unchanged.
Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, Cleviston Haynes says the outlook for the economy has become more favourable as macroeconomic indicators continue to improve in line with the Barbados Economic Recovery and Transformation (BERT) programme.
Papers have been developed on the structure of work in Barbados in the private and public sectors, and on pensions.
Newly appointed World Bank Vice President for Latin America and the Caribbean, Axel van Trostenburg, says Jamaica’s macroeconomic achievements, to date, have been “extremely impressive”.
Resolution Life Assurance Company Limited or Reslife, the company that took over the policies of failed insurance giant CLICO, says it is seeking cover for health insurance clients.
The shareholder governments of the cash-strapped regional airline, LIAT, ended a meeting here on Tuesday agreeing to give further consideration to a proposal by Prime Minister Gaston Browne regarding the future direction of the airline.
US President Donald Trump has sued two banks in a bid to stop them handing over his financial records to Congress.
American low cost airline, JetBlue is to fly a year round weekly service to Barbados from New Jersey.
The shareholder governments of the financially strapped regional airline, LIAT, will meet in Barbados at month end amid concerns of a worsening money problem that could probably lead to the airline being grounded.
The Barbados government has expressed an interest in doing a maritime debt for nature swap with the US-based, he Nature Conservancy.