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 CURRENT ISSUES
EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE

Ebola Virus Disease

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GOVERNMENT OF BARBADOS - SCHEDULE OF DOMESTIC MARKET ISSUES FOR 2014-2015

The Government of Barbados

The Domestic Market Issuance Calendar 2014-2015

Please click here for the Schedule of Domestic Market Issues for the following Financial Instruments:

  • Treasury Notes
  • Savings Bonds
  • Debentures
  • Treasury Bills
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 SPEECHES & PRESS RELEASES
 16 January 2015  
REMARKS BY SEN HON MAXINE MCCLEAN AT THE CELAC CHINA FORUM IN BEIJING

 

Caribbean Foreign Ministers with their Chinese counterpart at the First Ministerial Meeting of the CELAC - China  Forum in Beijing, People's Republic of China

 

Foreign Minister Wang Yi

Honourable Foreign Ministers and Heads of Delegation,

Other dignitaries,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

 

It is with great pleasure that I convey to you the greetings of the people and Government of Barbados, and in particular the best wishes of the Right Honourable Freundel Stuart, Prime Minister of Barbados

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 16 January 2015  
BARBADOS SEES VALUE IN CELAC - CHINA FORUM - JANUARY, 2015

Barbados Sees Value in CELAC - China  Forum - January, 2015

Barbados is encouraged by the potential role of the CELAC-China Forum in promoting increased South-South cooperation between China and the Latin American and Caribbean region. 

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 16 January 2015  
NEW PLATFORM FORMED AS A RESULT OF CELAC - CHINA FORUM

 

New Platform formed as aresult of CELAC - China Forum

A new platform between China and CELAC countries, a platform of cooperation; a platform of collective dialogue on the basis of equality, mutual benefit, win-win results and a common development

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