The Trinidad-owned Republic Bank says it will provide compensation to disgruntled customers affected by its operations in recent months as the Bank of Guyana (BOG) says it will discuss the possibility of imposing penalties against the financial institution since it upgraded its systems last month.
Barbados Announces Settlement of its Exchange Offer for its US Dollar-Denominated Commercial Debt.
Marriott International has closed its cash acquisition of Barbados Elegant Hotels Group.
The Fair Trading Commission (FTC) and the Financial Services Commission (FSC) will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Friday, December 6, at 11:00 a.m. at the Fair Trading Commission’s Office, Green Hill, St. Michael.
A group lobbying for a reduction in taxes and fees on intra-regional Caribbean travel has written to Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves on behalf of 20,000 persons who have “come together in opposition to the current cost of intra-regional travel and governments’ role in escalating airfares”.
The Barbados Stock Exchange has announced a pending block trade transaction, set to take place Thursday, worth more than half a billion Barbados dollars.
The full implementation of the Internal Audit Office will be September 2021.
Effective midnight Sunday, December 1, the retail price of gasoline and kerosene will decrease, while the price of kerosene will remain the same.
Workers at six Amazon distribution centres in Germany have staged a Black Friday walkout in a dispute over pay and conditions.
A survey of 83 products for sale during the shopping bonanza last year in the United Kingdom found that 95% were available at the same price or cheaper during the next six months.