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The Barbados Chamber of Commerce and Industry says it can’t enforce across-the-board a suggestion by the Home Affairs Minister for businesses to hire ex-cons.
A proposal by Cabinet Minister David Estwick for his Government  to wipe out its US$5 billion national debt is still under consideration.
The Chamber of Commerce to make a formal submission to Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler opposing any new taxes on the business sector.

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