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6 PM NEWS UPDATE – JUNE 27, 2014

Finance Minister Chris Sinckler and Central Bank Governor Dr. Delisle Worrell tell international investors that Barbados is open for business.  Education Minister Ronald Jones is urging new teachers not to leave any child behind.  Acting Chief Medical Officer Dr. Elizabeth Ferdinand calls on Barbadians to know their HIV status.   And more in the 6PM update…

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