BSRP Initiatives Being Rolled Out

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Government is pushing ahead with rolling out initiatives in the Barbados Sustainable Recovery Plan (BSRP) 2018, in an effort to return this country’s economy to investment grade in an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable manner. This disclosure has come from the Director of Research and Planning Unit in the Economic Affairs Division, Patrick McCaskie, who said the Social Partnership Oversight …

Acting PM: Sustainable Recovery Plan Can Work

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The Barbados Sustainable Recovery Plan (BSRP) has received the thumbs up from Acting Prime Minister Richard Sealy, who described it as a workable document. While delivering the feature address today at the start of the Week of Excellence 2018, at the Courtney Blackman Grande Salle, Central Bank of Barbados, Mr. Sealy told his audience that the BSRP was not just …

Sustainable Recovery Plan Now Online

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The Barbados Sustainable Recovery Plan (BSRP) 2018 has been laid in Parliament and members of the public now have an opportunity to familiarise themselves with the document. The plan, which was recently developed by the Social Partnership – Government, the private sector and labour organisations – has been crafted to put the Barbadian economy on a path of sustainable economic …

Cabinet Approves Sustainable Recovery Plan

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Cabinet has approved the Barbados Sustainable Recovery Plan, which is expected to be laid in Parliament shortly. This disclosure has come from Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Christopher Sinckler, who said there were just one or two consultative things that had to be done with the Social Partnership. He added, however, that there was general buy-in and sign off …

Barbados’ Recovery Plan Will Be Practical

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The Barbados Sustainable Recovery Plan 2017 will be “bold, practical and implementable”. This disclosure came today from Minister of Finance, Christopher Sinckler, after he chaired a near four-hour meeting at the Grande Salle, Tom Adams Financial Centre, to discuss the draft plan which is currently being developed. Mr. Sinckler told the Barbados Government Information Service: “A number of the suggestions …