Barbados stays on European Union’s ‘blacklist’ – Barbados Today


by Marlon Madden Despite outcry from the Barbados Government, the European Union (EU) Council has kept the island on its list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes released Tuesday. Explaining the decision, the EU Council said the move followed peer review reports published by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Global Forum on […]
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Claims of gamesmanship, victimisation as election battle heats up - Barbados Today

by Emmanuel Joseph Fears of victimisation have raised their ugly head as the St George North by-election campaign begins to heat up. While not pinpointing the source of the alleged victimisation, the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) has said a local musician whose professional services the party offered to engage, is […]