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Too much red tape

Too much red tape

The Barbados Small Business Association (SBA) is unhappy with laws governing business, and the continuous red tape members face at Government agencies. Though such an opinion was previously expressed by various enterprises in Barbados, SBA president Dalton Medford has made clear that this is the view of the organization that has been providing advocacy for [...]

BACKTRACK

BACKTRACK

Hoteliers will now have to wait more than a month longer to get concessions they were assured they would have received since last week. Barbados…

Small businesses losing hope

Small businesses losing hope

The economic situation in Barbados is causing some small business operators to lose hope. That’s according to chief executive officer of the Small Business Association…

LIME pleads for time

LIME pleads for time

LIME has acknowledged its failure to address customer service issues. But chief executive officer for the Caribbean, Martin Roos, has pledged the telecommunications company is actively…

Small but major role

The small shall lead them. That is the message Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Sir Dwight Venner has taken to Barbados’ small businesses,…

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International business sector safe

International business sector safe

There is no exodus of businesses from Barbados. Furthermore, the future of the international business sector is secure.…

No special change to loan arrangements

No special change to loan arrangements

It will be business as usual when it comes to getting vehicle loans from commercial banks, despite a…

Equal treatment

Equal treatment

Importers of reconditioned vehicles have welcomed Government’s removal of two conditions governing their imports, but they also want…

Old Bajan village comes to town

Old Bajan village comes to town

There’s a new village in town. Passing along Fontabelle it’s hard to miss it: where the chattel houses are…

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