BOSS to boost investment, says Adams

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Rawdon Adams

As the Senate took up the BOSS bonds-for-pay scheme, Government Senator Rawdon Adams has suggested it will kick-start much-needed investment in the Mottley administration’s capital programme and could trigger private sector investment. The senator said a key part of the Barbados Optional Savings Scheme Bill 2020 is that it will boost investment in a smart […]

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