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THE PRIVATE SECTOR, especially international business and financial service providers, has not only been marketing Barbados as a place with which to do business, but also helps to shape policy here.
Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss, made the comment when he gave an update on his recent two-day trip to Colombia to explore investment with linkages that Latin American country. The tour was coordinated by Invest Barbados and a Barbados-based, Colombian-owned company.
“I can say there is an excellent working relationship with the Barbados International Business Association and the rest of international business sector and the Government.” (JS)
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