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Why the failure to implement? 

I believe that confession is good for the soul. I was therefore pleased to see the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, Dr David Estwick, admit in a recent newspaper article that his party has failed. However, admitting failure is only the beginning. The important part is what we do next. He said that he […]

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Why the failure to implement? 

I believe that confession is good for the soul. I was therefore pleased to see the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, Dr David Estwick, admit in a recent newspaper article that his party has failed. However, admitting failure is only the beginning. The important part is what we do next. He said that he […]

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Why the failure to implement? 

I believe that confession is good for the soul. I was therefore pleased to see the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, Dr David Estwick, admit in a recent newspaper article that his party has failed. However, admitting failure is only the beginning. The important part is what we do next. He said that he […]

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Caribbean countries play by the rules

(The following is an edited version of the final part of an address on challenges facing the Caribbean financial services industry that the author delivered at a conference in Panama last week) All Caribbean countries have had to make themselves compliant with the demands of the countries of the OECD as a group and individually. […]

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Caribbean countries play by the rules

(The following is an edited version of the final part of an address on challenges facing the Caribbean financial services industry that the author delivered at a conference in Panama last week) All Caribbean countries have had to make themselves compliant with the demands of the countries of the OECD as a group and individually. […]

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Caribbean countries play by the rules

(The following is an edited version of the final part of an address on challenges facing the Caribbean financial services industry that the author delivered at a conference in Panama last week) All Caribbean countries have had to make themselves compliant with the demands of the countries of the OECD as a group and individually. […]

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Caribbean countries play by the rules

(The following is an edited version of the final part of an address on challenges facing the Caribbean financial services industry that the author delivered at a conference in Panama last week) All Caribbean countries have had to make themselves compliant with the demands of the countries of the OECD as a group and individually. […]

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Tackling the implementation deficit

The term ‘implementation deficit’ is now widely used to describe a lack of decisive action in introducing proposed measures, for the expressed purpose of addressing and remedying obvious shortcomings in the economy and society. This dilemma has confronted large and small world economies since the turn of the 21st Century. Some may go as far […]

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Tackling the implementation deficit

The term ‘implementation deficit’ is now widely used to describe a lack of decisive action in introducing proposed measures, for the expressed purpose of addressing and remedying obvious shortcomings in the economy and society. This dilemma has confronted large and small world economies since the turn of the 21st Century. Some may go as far […]

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Tackling the implementation deficit

The term ‘implementation deficit’ is now widely used to describe a lack of decisive action in introducing proposed measures, for the expressed purpose of addressing and remedying obvious shortcomings in the economy and society. This dilemma has confronted large and small world economies since the turn of the 21st Century. Some may go as far […]

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