Barbados Minister blasts blacklisting agencies

first_img(Barbados Today) A minister has taken to task foreign agencies that blacklist and impose sanctions on Barbados and other Caribbean countries. Minister of Maritime Affairs and Blue Economy Kirk Humphrey described the action by unnamed organisations as unconscionable in the House of Assembly. He said: “Every time we adjust the goal post it is moved and somehow we must readjust and it seems that no matter whatever we do enough is not good enough. Mar 10, 2020 Barbados Maritime Affairs Ministry to Co-Host Upcoming… OECD warns COVID-19 could halve global growth –… You may be interested in… Feb 24, 2020 Sep 1, 2020center_img “We keep making changes to our tax policy to be able to suit them. “The thing about taxes that I recall is that there should be clarity… and Barbados has always had a clear tax policy. Read more at: Barbados Today Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Trinidad removed from “grey list” – CARICOM Business… Critical Personal Protective Equipment Procured for… Jul 23, 2020 Critical Personal Protective Equipment Procured for Caribbean Frontline Medical Workers(Caribbean Development Bank, July 23, 2020, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados) – Critically needed personal protective equipment (PPE) is on its way to medical workers on the front lines of the Caribbean’s COVID-19 pandemic response. Yesterday, the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) took delivery of the majority…July 23, 2020In “Antigua & Barbuda”Barbados Ratifies CONSLE ProtocolBarbados has ratified the Protocol Amending the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas to incorporate the Council for National Security and Law Enforcement (CONSLE) as an Organ of the Community, and the CARICOM Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (IMPACS) as an Institution of the Community. Prime Minister Freundel Stuart signed the…February 19, 2017In “Barbados”CCRIF pays US$5.8 million to Barbados following the passage of Tropical Storm KirkBridgetown, Barbados, October 22, 2018. On Friday October 19th, Barbados Prime Minister Honourable Mia Amor Mottley met with CCRIF CEO Mr. Isaac Anthony, Deputy Chairperson Mrs. Desirée Cherebin and Board member Mrs. Faye Hardy at a short ceremony to mark the payout by CCRIF to the Government of Barbados following the…October 22, 2018In “Barbados”Share this on WhatsApplast_img

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