The international business and financial services sector is in for a major overhaul, Minister of International Business Donville Inniss has revealed.
With the intention of making the sector a greater contributor to the island’s economy and in keeping with international best practices, Inniss said it was necessary that a restructuring of sorts takes place, to include a review of the current tax rates, as well as legislation.
It looks like BARVEN could soon be getting its upgraded market at Cheapside. And if Minister of Small Business Donville Inniss has his way, vendors who ply their trade in The City facility would not need permits to do so.
Inniss’ message of hope was delivered to scores of vendors and members of the Barbados Association of Retailers, Vendors and Entrepreneurs (BARVEN) in the market yesterday.
Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development, Donville Inniss is calling on the public to respect hawkers and vendors who play a role in building the nation’s economy.
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