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Nunes: Buyers in the market "actively pursuing" Barbados Government's Series F bonds

A top investment banker in Barbados expects the government bonds to grow in popularity with now that they are being traded on the local stock exchange, but at present, it's the Series F bonds which are most in demand.
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Sutherland: Gov't looking at credit unions' options post-CarIFS

The Barbados Government is looking for an alternative platform to CarIFS, focussing on how it can assist the credit union movement with an ICT solution for customer payments.
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In UK, Barbados wins ‘Favourite Cruise Destination’ award for 2019

Barbados, which is working to rebuild its cruise ship business after a period of decline, received a boost in the UK market recently with the award of ‘Favourite Cruise Destination’, at the 2019 Cruise International’s British Cruise Awards.
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Mottley: Region on "front line" of climate change effects

"All of us who are continuously being affected, have to recognise that this doesn’t happen out of the blue.”
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Hewitt: Regulatory goalposts always shifting in international business sector

‍The “goalposts” for the International Business Sector are continually shifting and Barbados must work to stay on top of things, says Kathy-Ann Hewitt, executive director of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Barbados.
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ACCS President says copyright revenue for Caribbean much lower than worldwide

Mr. Arnold made the disclosure at the Association of Caribbean Copyright Societies (ACCS) inaugural symposium, which was held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Port of Spain in late August.
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Barbados escapes major damage from weakened Dorian

During an early morning press briefing at the National Emergency Operations Centre, Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley reminded residents that there were still three full months to go in the season, and urged them to continue their preparedness efforts, and cleaning up the country.
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Stakeholders must register on ASYCUDA system, which goes live Sept. 1, says Customs Dept.

The Acting Comptroller noted that this upgrade was the beginning of several others to come and encouraged clients to access the training server and simulate their business activities.