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    May 26

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CDB president calls for more investment into MSMEs

25 September 2019

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – More investment and effort must be put into strengthening the enabling environment if the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) sector is to fulfil its potential and drive economic growth and social development in the Caribbean. Read More

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Sandals: Group sale talk not new

24 September 2019

AS UNCERTAINTY AROUND its Beaches project in Barbados continues, reports that Sandals Resorts International (SRI) is up for sale have resurfaced. Read More

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Hundreds of thousands stranded after British travel firm Thomas Cook collapses

23 September 2019

LONDON – Hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers were stranded on Monday by the collapse of the world’s oldest travel firm Thomas Cook, sparking the largest peacetime repatriation effort in British history. Read More

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Former IMF head praises Jamaica

21 September 2019

KINGSTON – The former Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Christine Lagarde, has praised Jamaica for the “remarkable” accomplishments under its financial arrangements with the Fund, which have now concluded. Read More

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Guyana welcomes non-stop flight by JetBlue

11 September 2019

GEORGETOWN – The Guyana government on Tuesday welcomed the announcement by the United States-based carrier, JetBlue that it would expand its non-stop service to the Caribbean country beginning in April next year. Read More

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Butterfield axes jobs in Bermuda and Cayman Islands

10 September 2019

HAMILTON, Bermuda – The Bermuda-based Butterfield Bank says it is sending home 22 workers at its operations here and in the Cayman Islands as part of a cost-cutting restructuring exercise. Read More

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BCCI chief concerned about communications network

05 September 2019

President of the Barbados Chamber of Commerce & Industry (BCCI) Tricia Tannis has expressed concern about the vulnerability of the island’s communication system in natural disasters. Read More

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BERT bites

01 September 2019

BERT’s squeeze is hurting the already ailing garment manufacturing sector and threatening the few hundred jobs still remaining in an unexpected way. Read More

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ICAB happy Barbados off EU blacklist

31 August 2019

Barbados’ removal from the European Union’s (EU) blacklist has been welcomed by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Barbados (ICAB). Read More

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UK analyst says value in Elegant stock

31 August 2019

Barbados-based Elegant Hotels Group (EHG) is a good buy for stock market investors in the United Kingdom (UK). Read More

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Apple to stop keeping Siri recordings

30 August 2019

CUPERTINO – Apple Inc. said it would quit its default practice of retaining audio recordings of the requests users make to its Siri personal assistant and limit human review of what audio it does collect to its own employees rather than contractors. Read More

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VIDEO: The rights of consumers

13 August 2019

Businesses have been warned not to place consumers at a disadvantage when selling products. Read More

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VAT on transactions delayed again

10 August 2019

Government’s planned introduction of value added tax (VAT) on online transactions has been delayed again. The authorities were to have started collecting this revenue from May 1, but Central Bank Governor Cleviston Haynes yesterday revealed that following some “teething... Read More

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Investors’ confidence ‘coming back’

08 August 2019

ONE OF Barbados’ leading investment firms has seen a positive shift in local investor confidence. Read More

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Rock Hard CCJ decision in cement case

06 August 2019

IT’S ROCK HARD for the final win in the region’s cement war. Read More

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Maloney, TCL differ on final ruling

06 August 2019

EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN of Rock Hard Cement, Mark Maloney, is expecting the landscape for the cement industry to change for the better after yesterday’s decision by the Caribbean Court of Justice. Read More

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EY hosts 16 for summer internship

03 August 2019

Sixteen secondary school and Barbados Community College students with dreams of starting their own business recently got a close-up look at what they need to know, thanks to one of the island’s leading professional services firms. Read More

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BWA has a new human resources director

02 August 2019

A week after the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) severed ties with human resources director Jacqueline Belgrave for the second time, the post has been filled. Read More

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OECD keeping tabs

27 July 2019

The threat of Barbados being branded a tax haven has been lifted by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Read More

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Blow to Digicel

15 July 2019

Digicel is struggling to climb out of a deep financial hole, with debt on its books now estimated to be seven times more than earnings. Read More

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Entrepreneurs making pitch for chance of a lifetime

06 July 2019

Seven Barbadians will put it all on the line this evening to qualify for investment capital and a chance to take their businesses global. Read More

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