A Brazilian company has big plans for BHL.
A leading academic says the Barbados economy is in danger of being de-nationalized.
The Minister of Water Resources addresses water woes..and more…

4 Responses to BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE – October 6, 2015

  1. seagul October 6, 2015 at 7:13 am

    Here sits a black skin who loves money—the queen employs.
    Ninety six degrees in the shade

  2. jrsmith October 6, 2015 at 9:19 am

    Banks, should go for the deal, with the Brazilian company, this would prove finding the right managent that’s required in Barbados, looking around the region , you see total miss management, of lots of public and private failure.

  3. jrsmith October 6, 2015 at 9:30 am

    Privatization is not a bad thing , this would help improve the levels of management , in Barbados , providing we in Barbados who suppose to be educated, could find the right people from our bajan stock, this sorts the men from the boys.

    At present management especially in the public sector, is where you find a bunch of boy scouts , who never listens and throw they toys out of they pram when threaten with direct question, in which many cases they cannot answer , lacking the logic.

  4. jrsmith October 6, 2015 at 9:48 am

    The minister for water resources, seems not to think logically, desalinization plants are very expensive units. rain water is a source ,which is very cheap, build proper reservoir’s, drilling and finding water, another option, this is a every day exercise, which must be kept on top of , not talking today, trying something next year and the cycle and habit goes on , and on. Just talk.

    Mr, Minister this is a job ,where you roll your sleeves up and come out fighting, until you have success, which can be achieve. this show the men from the boys. all you people seems to do in Barbados is talk..

    The sea weed saga , shows what type of people is managing Barbados, if that was tackle from the beginning , we would have learnt a lot for the next time and be prepared, but again it was all talk, talk, if medals were to be issued around the world for talking, and doing nothing, bajan politicians would win hands down


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