Stuart spells out way forward
WITHIN THE NEXT two weeks, Prime Minister Freundel Stuart should have on his desk recommendations on how the country should best deal with its falling foreign reserves and plummeting fiscal deficit.
During the opening session of the Full Social Partnership yesterday at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, Stuart, who is the chairman, disclosed that two special groups would be formed coming out of discussions which focused mainly on the two critical issues facing the country.
“The leaders of the social partnership met and determined that the two issues on which we should focus today are the issues of the foreign reserves and the issue of the fiscal deficit and that is what the discussion is going to revolve around today. (RB)
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