Symmonds suggests amnesty for small business – Barbados Today

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Small Business Minister Kerrie Symmonds on Monday urged a finance ministry amnesty on small business owners so they can register their businesses Speaking as the House of Assembly examined the 2021/2022 Estimates where his Energy, Small Business and Entrepreneurship Ministry is seeking an appropriation of $34,036,836, Symmonds said the COVID-19 pandemic had highlighted the need […]
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