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Barbados seeking another IMF loan?

 
Slipfeeler 2022-09-10 02:05:41 

Prime Minister Mia Motley Friday announced that Barbados would be seeking a new loan agreement with the International Monetary Fundthis month, telling citizens “these are indeed rough waters.”

Read more:https://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/caribbean/20220909/barbados-seek-another-imf-loan #GLNRToday

 
Slipfeeler 2022-09-10 02:09:24 

IMF is not the best option Mia, they have impoverished many countries, despite them trying to make Jamaica into a model country, they have caused drastic devaluations of the Jamaican dollar from a higher rate than USD to where it is now. Be careful Mia!!

 
FuzzyWuzzy 2022-09-10 02:21:50 

In reply to Slipfeeler

Didn't you say she is the best PM in Caricom?

 
Slipfeeler 2022-09-10 11:45:13 

In reply to FuzzyWuzzy

She still is the PM of the Caribbean big grin

 
Slipfeeler 2022-09-10 12:03:47 

I guess Barbados objective of developed status by 2030 has been derailed. The Queen reigned for over 70 years and during that time there has been no appetite to convert any commonwealth countries into developed status after Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Even India with nuclear power and military might, is just merely flirting with the idea as a developed country, so let’s not kid ourselves about developed country status.

 
XDFIX 2022-09-10 12:15:06 

In reply to Slipfeeler

A population of less number than on Jeff Bezoz’s payroll and we can’t get things right! We need an economic regional approach, but who will bell the cat?

 
Halliwell 2022-09-10 13:50:03 

Not too late to call the new King and apologise

 
Castled 2022-09-10 13:56:09 

In reply to XDFIX

lol lol

 
Slipfeeler 2022-09-10 19:04:34 

In reply to XDFIX

We already attempted a regional approach which failed, and now with both Trinidad and Tobago, and Guyana with oil production, and with Jamaica aspiring the same in the near future, there will be no regional agreement, although everyone knows that it would be in our best interest.