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Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, Dr. Delisle Worrell.
 
 
   
Policies on target
Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, Dr. Delisle Worrell, is sticking to his position that the policies being pursued by this country to address its economic circumstances do not need to be changed.

He has maintained that the policies are appropriate to our circumstances. Nevertheless, he issued an invitation to all who have constructive ideas to share them. He was addressing those attending the Barbados Association of Professional Engineers’ luncheon at the Savannah Hotel.

“I will tell you that in conversations with the international financial institutions, in conversations with investors, in conversations with everybody outside of Barbados, there are only two things that are suggested that some people feel very strongly about that we should do, that no Barbadian will agree to because they make no sense. And the two policies that our external critics recommend to us all the t...

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