BARBADOS TODAY EVENING UPDATE – April 27, 2017

St Michael West Central MP James Paul says the downgrade of Trinidad is an indication that Barbados is not the only Caribbean country experiencing economic difficulty. CARIFS tells merchants they should not implement a minimum spend requirement on consumers paying for goods with their debit cards. These stories and more in the Barbados TODAY evening news.

3 Responses to BARBADOS TODAY EVENING UPDATE – April 27, 2017

  1. os April 28, 2017 at 9:36 am

    Just the typical bajan easy answer to every problem in Barbados. They don’t try to fix the problem everyone just slip into ” denial ” and cowardly the ” comparison factor ” as usual and always , that is by saying :

    ” but it’s not as bad compared to Trinidad , Jamaica and Guyana “

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  2. Ossie Moore April 28, 2017 at 9:39 am

    Just the typical bajan easy answer to every problem in Barbados. They don’t try to fix the problem everyone just slip into ” denial ” and cowardly the ” comparison factor ” as usual and always , that is by saying :

    ” but it’s not as bad compared to Trinidad , Jamaica and Guyana “

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  3. hcalndre April 28, 2017 at 11:13 am

    Ossie Moore; These bajan politicians makes my blood boil when their only solution to the problem is to compare Barbados` with the problems of other countries instead of trying to be like the ones that are doing much better, that`s the most stupid cop-out you could ever want. One time you could not hear your ears about Greece, now you may hear Venezuela and whoever is next.

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