Prime Minister Freundel Stuart. (FILE)
- Amazon pulls the plug on New York headquarters Read More
- Late interest payments from Central Bank Read More
- All Saints, Hillaby rule Norris Zone Read More
- United by football Read More
- Wanted: A more efficient airport Read More
- Low-hanging fruit for all Read More
- Rap scores Grammy breakthrough while girl power rules awards show Read More
PRIME MINISTER Freundel Stuart is not worried about the country’s latest downgrade by international rating agency Standard & Poor’s.
That’s because his Government has no plans to borrow money on the international market.
Stuart told a gathering of Democratic Labour Party (DLP) members and faithful yesterday he would instead be focusing his efforts on keeping Barbados’ economic growth on the upswing.
The DLP president was in an upbeat mood during the party’s
mid-year conference at Queen’s College when he briefly dealt with Friday’s downgrade of the country’s long term credit rating by S&P from B to CCC+. (BA)
Please read the full story in today's Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.