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What’s up with all the downgrades? Dr Justin...

Senior Lecturer in Management & Dean of the Faculty of Social...

Tax doubt

Despite reporting overall positive returns for the quarter ending June...

Sewage flowing along south coast again

The vile smell of raw sewage leaking from manholes has hit the south...

1991 again

In a scene reminiscent of 1991 when Leroy Trotman (now Sir Roy) led...

Inniss: Delay in foreign exchange levy will hurt...

Minister of International Business, Small Business Development,...

Too costly

Barbados’ food import bill is increasing, while its production of...

NSRL better than lay offs, says Stuart

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart says he understands the cries of...

Doubting Thomases

Minister of Labour Dr Esther Byer-Suckoo is concerned that this...

NSRL backlash

With the controversial National Social Responsibility Levy (NSRL) due...

FULL TEXT of the latest IMF Barbados review ...

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said today it was ready and...

Gov’t delays implementation of foreign exchange...

There has been a slight delay to Government’s implementation of the...

Way out!

Barbados is among countries in the region that appear to be stuck in a...

Blame yourself, Sinckler tells the private sector

Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler is essentially telling the private...

Job cuts looming due to new taxes, says Bryan

One of the popular Bridgetown retailers is warning Barbadians to brace...

Too many Govt entities boxing in the dark

It is responsible for the promotion and regulation of the sport of...

Budget passed; House approves controversial levy

  Parliament in the wee hours of Friday morning approved the...

Budget lacks useful measures – UPP leader

Political leader of the fledgling United Progressive Party (UPP)...

Too slack

It has been established as this island’s umbrella revenue policing...

Survival not enough

Barbados has been in survival mode for too long. Economist Marsha...
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