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This issue of Trade Express focuses on the support provided by the Commonwealth Secretariat’s Trade Competitiveness Section to the Government of Barbados in order to revitalise the services sector in the country through the development of a National...
Barbados has continued to maintain its reputation as a well-respected international financial services jurisdiction with high regulatory and supervisory standards, despite being listed by the OECD as a ‘tax haven’ in 2000. Indeed, without having to...
The enhancement of the international business and financial services sector of Barbados is a key component of its long-term development strategy. Therefore, improving the standards of regulation and supervision in accordance with global developments,...
The Barbados Public Service is approximately 23,000 strong, comprising general service personnel, teachers, nurses, police, prison and fire officers as well as personnel of statutory corporations. It is a centrally controlled system with a Public...
Since its inception in 1948, Erdiston College has mainly provided initial training to primary school teachers in Barbados. The institution reached its zenith in the 1970s and early 1980s. During this period there was a marked increase in the amount...
Barbados is the most easterly of the Caribbean islands. It is 34 kilometres long and 22 kilometres wide, and despite the small total number of inhabitants is densely populated. The island was settled (but not ' discovered') by the British in 1627,...
As noted at page 16 of Professor David McClean's paper on “Reform of the Law of Domicile” (LMM(83)11), Barbados has substantially adopted the New Zealand Domicile Act, 1976. But paradoxically the Barbados legislation came into operation a full year...
In May 1974, the Barbados Cabinet authorised the setting up of a National Committee to study the issues related to the liberalisation of the law relating to abortion.
It is necessary first of all to examine in depth the functions and role of the various Scientific Institutions existing in a country, before one can first determine the size, and scope of design of a system of the receipt and dissemination of...
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