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PM to talk economy

What’s in store for the Barbados economy this year?

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart is set to update the country’s business leaders on his government’s economic plans and other initiatives at the first monthly luncheon of the Barbados Chamber of Industry and Commerce on Wednesday, January 28th.

The event will be held at Hilton Barbados.


6 Responses to PM to talk economy

  1. Mac10 January 8, 2015 at 4:38 pm

    So he goes missing from an important vote in Cuba & decides to speak to business leaders but refuses to speak to the people of Barbados that his policies are killing. Greeeaaat. keep up the good work Fumble.

  2. Matthew Greaves
    Matthew Greaves January 8, 2015 at 4:47 pm

    For the first time in 7 years lol

  3. Cheryl A Rollins
    Cheryl A Rollins January 8, 2015 at 5:21 pm

    What nonsense is he muttering now. Go back to sleep!!

  4. Tony Webster January 9, 2015 at 2:20 am

    Carefull Sir…doan go and “do an Estwick”… or pull de same card dat Hon. Minister of de fast and loud mout did pull over bursaries. Get Chris to OK de speech first Sir. And as you is very busy, let dem industrious business-men know now dat there will be no time to take questions. Tek my advice Sir.

  5. Carl Harper January 9, 2015 at 4:31 am

    Nobody wants to hear Chris Sinckler anymore after virtually destroying the economy.

    Look Prime Minister, take over the Ministry of Finance & Economic Affairs, and put Sinckler to warm the back bench!

    Just remember you will have to stay awake and will only be allowed short daily naps, since Donville Inniss is moving towards a 24-7 society.

  6. Mac10 January 9, 2015 at 8:26 am

    The PM of Trinidad & Tobago goes on TV to discuss the economy in light of recent drop in oil prices. This PM says nothing then only discusses the economy in a closed meeting where only the information that the government wants to be reported will issued as a statement to the lap dog press.

    Integrity & Transparency nowhere to be seen.


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