Chinese Culture Comes to Church Village Barbadians from all walks of life came out to celebrate the Chinese New Year at the 2017 Fish and Dragon Festival.
Reducing Government's Interest Costs In his monthly economic letter, Governor Worrell explains how reducing interest costs will help to reduce the overall fiscal deficit.
A New $10,000,000 issue of Savings Bonds is Available Now GBSB 84 is available at $76.24 per $100 nominal value and has a yield to maturity of 5.5%.
Millennials Network at Central Bank Mix n' Mingle The more than 200 attendees heard presentations from young entrepreneurs, learned more about the Central Bank and its activities, and took part in entertaining competitions.
Tourism is our Business In his address at the Deighton Griffith Memorial Secondary School speech day, Governor Dr. DeLisle Worrell explained the significance of the tourism sector to the Barbadian economy
Review of Barbados' Economic Performance for 2016 Central Bank of Barbados Governor, Dr. DeLisle Worrell, reports on Barbados' economic performance for the year 2016.
Barbados to Host the World Association of Floral Artists (WAFA) 12th World Flower Show Central Bank of Barbados Governor, Dr. DeLisle Worrell and his wife, Monica Drayton Worrell, will be patrons of the event, which has been called the "Olympics of flower arranging".
Central Bank Committed to Supporting the Arts In his remarks at the recent Frank Collymore Literary Endowment Awards, Deputy Governor (Ag.) Elson Gaskin outlined a number of cultural activities the organisation has planned for 2017.
Kerry Andre Belgrave Takes Top Prize at the FCLE Awards The writer walked away with the $10,000 for his winning collection of poetry, “@bb.now/tek culture?”
Central Bank of Barbados Pays Tribute to the Late Sir Dwight Venner Governor Dr. DeLisle Worrell sent a letter to current ECCB Governor, Timothy Antoine, expressing his condolences and praising Sir Dwight, the former ECCB Governor, for his many accomplishments.
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