Inniss: Names Of Companies To Be Made Public

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Companies which recently had their licences revoked by the Ministry of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development will soon be publicly known. This is because the information is set to be gazetted for all Barbadians and others to see, says International Business, Minister, Donville Inniss. The Minister was speaking to media representatives following the press conference called earlier …

Serious Implications For Blacklisted Countries

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Blacklisting of Barbados by the European Union (EU) could have serious implications for our economy. International Business Minister, Donville Inniss made this emphatic statement on Wednesday at a press conference convened at Baobab Tower, Warrens, St. Michael, to address the actions/decisions of the EU in Brussels on December 5, that saw the country listed among non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes. …

Barbados Not A Non-Cooperative Jurisdiction

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Barbados is NOT a non-cooperative jurisdiction in taxation matters or any other matter. The island’s Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss, stressed this yesterday, as he addressed media representatives on the blacklisting of this country by the European Union (EU). At the offices of International Business, Baobab Tower, Warrens, St. Michael, Minister Inniss forcefully …

Statement On European Union Tax Listing

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Statement from Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss, on the European Union list of non-cooperative jurisdictions in taxation. Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen, Let me take this opportunity to express my thanks to GIS and the media for responding at such short notice to the scheduling of this press conference. I also welcome our …

Barbados Yet To Foster Export Culture

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Barbados and the rest of the region have yet to foster an export culture. This concern was expressed recently by Industry Minister, Donville Inniss, during a courtesy call with the Head of the European Union (EU) delegation to Barbados, Daniela Tramacere, at his Reef Road office. Mr. Inniss stated that this country, as well as the Eastern Caribbean, have not …

Memorandum Signed To Launch SEACOP

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Government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on the implementation of the Seaport Cooperation (SEACOP) Programme, which aims to train and equip inter-agency units to identify, search and interdict all forms of maritime trafficking. Acting Permanent Secretary, Defence and Security, Timothy Maynard, today signed the document on behalf of Government, in the presence of Ambassador of the European Union, …

New EU Head Learns Of Priority Areas

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Barbados is continuing to focus on sustaining economic activity in its international business sector. Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Maxine McClean, stressed this recently when she met with newly-appointed Ambassador of the European Union (EU) and Head of Delegation in Barbados, Daniela Tramacere. Senator McClean told the Ambassador: “Part of our priority is making sure that we …