Brexit fallout

Barbados should seek to diversify its tourism and other business relations away from the United Kingdom (UK) and pursue the Latin American market because current Brexit negotiations spell economic uncertainty for the island, leading economist Andrew Rose has advised. Britain, the largest source market for tourists to Barbados, has been in talks on immigration, finance […]

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Local reggae festival organizers feeling the economic bite

The economic situation in the country has affected this year’s staging of the Barbados Reggae Festival. Al Gilkes, the lead promoter of the three-show event, has revealed that as a result, telecommunications firm Digicel Barbados has relinquished its title sponsorship of the entire festival and will only be putting its […]