The sugar industry, government and banks in the development of an agricultural strategy

Author(s): Worrell, DeLisle (1985)

Created 22 Jul, 1985
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Sugar is going to net us about $66 million in foreign exchange this year (1984) and the industry employs about nine percent of the labour force. Agriculture may have declined in importance relative to other sectors in the economy, but it still remains an important part of the diversified economy we are trying to build. (An amended version of address to the Second Annual Conference of the Barbados Sugar Technologists Association)

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