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General Secretary of the Congress of Trade Unions and Staff Associations of Barbados, Dennis Depeiza, says government must reveal how it will tackle foreign debt, while President Edwin O’Neal listens attentively.

DEBT CONCERN

Government is again being questioned on how it intends to address this island’s foreign debt situation.

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(From left) Project Manager in the Ministry of Environment and National Beautification, Ricardo Marshall; Adams Consulting International site engineer Joshua McKeever; PMCU technical officer Neil Gilkes; PMCU engineer Marvin Boyce; and PMCU Waste Management Coordinator Thora Lorde examining some of the work carried out to alleviate flooding in the area.

Climate change caution

PROJECT Manager in the Ministry of Environment and National Beautification, Ricardo Marshall, says that the effects of climate change will be challenging for areas in Barbados.

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Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya, Dr. Patrick Njoroge (right) in conversation with from left Professor Nlandu Mamingi, and Cleviston Haynes, Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados.

Greater ties with CARICOM, African trading partners needed

THE changing nature of the world economy is demanding that there be greater co-operation between Barbados and its Caribbean Community trading partners as well as with African countries.

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