Central Bank of Barbados Governor, Dr. DeLisle Worrell, reports on Barbados' economic performance for the year 2016.
Since its launch back in September, the new Central Bank has received praise for both its appealing visuals and its substantive but jargon-free content.
The Central Bank of Barbados has noticed an increase in the number of counterfeit notes in circulation and is warning residents and business owners to be vigilant.
Watch Caribbean-born historian and current Rhodes Professor of Imperial History, Dr. Richard Drayton speak on the topic "The Time of Sovereignty: the History of Political Independence and its Future".
In his monthly economic letter, Governor Worrell reminds us that we already have all the tools we need to revive the economy, and that all that is needed is for us to commit to doing what is required.
As 2016 comes to a close, here is a look back on the Central Bank's numerous activities and initiatives throughout the year.
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