Economic Insight, the Central Bank of Barbados' newest publication, is a non-technical, lifestyle type magazine aimed at strengthening the average Barbadian's understanding of Economics.
The de-risking phenomenon, which has had a severe impact on the Caribbean region, was high on the agenda at the recently concluded Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank.
Sixty prefects from the Ellerslie School recently took part in a one-day leadership seminar sponsored by the Central Bank of Barbados.
Barbados provides a safe, well regulated environment and lower cost operations while the sector contributes significantly to our foreign exchange earnings.
The 20-page guide reports on several aspects of the island's economy.
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