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Steps being taken to address learning difficulties

The government has taken measures to diagnose literacy gaps and improve functional literacy levels in schools, says Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Education Senator Dr. Romel Springer. Addressing a monthly meeting of Rotary Club of Barbados South today Dr. Springer said Erdiston Teachers’ Training College had created a centre aimed at reducing the number of students experiencing “literacy deficits” ...

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Steps being taken to address learning difficulties

The government has taken measures to diagnose literacy gaps and improve functional literacy levels in schools, says Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Education Senator Dr. Romel Springer. Addressing a monthly meeting of Rotary Club of Barbados South today Dr. Springer said Erdiston Teachers’ Training College had created a centre aimed at reducing the number of students experiencing “literacy deficits” ...

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‘Too many cooks spoiling Customs broth’

A second political party has added its voice of protest over delays in the upgrade of the Customs and Excise Department automation system, ASYCUDA. The United Progressive Party (UPP), one of the new parties that emerged just before the May 2018 General Elections, described the current situation as “highly unacceptable”, noting that the original start date for the new processing ...

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‘Too many cooks spoiling Customs broth’

A second political party has added its voice of protest over delays in the upgrade of the Customs and Excise Department automation system, ASYCUDA. The United Progressive Party (UPP), one of the new parties that emerged just before the May 2018 General Elections, described the current situation as “highly unacceptable”, noting that the original start date for the new processing ...

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‘Too many cooks spoiling Customs broth’

A second political party has added its voice of protest over delays in the upgrade of the Customs and Excise Department automation system, ASYCUDA. The United Progressive Party (UPP), one of the new parties that emerged just before the May 2018 General Elections, described the current situation as “highly unacceptable”, noting that the original start date for the new processing ...

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‘Too many cooks spoiling Customs broth’

A second political party has added its voice of protest over delays in the upgrade of the Customs and Excise Department automation system, ASYCUDA. The United Progressive Party (UPP), one of the new parties that emerged just before the May 2018 General Elections, described the current situation as “highly unacceptable”, noting that the original start date for the new processing ...

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‘Too many cooks spoiling Customs broth’

A second political party has added its voice of protest over delays in the upgrade of the Customs and Excise Department automation system, ASYCUDA. The United Progressive Party (UPP), one of the new parties that emerged just before the May 2018 General Elections, described the current situation as “highly unacceptable”, noting that the original start date for the new processing ...

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SBA head: Take extra care with ‘Amazon Tax’

As the Government seeks to implement Value Added Tax (VAT) on online transactions, a key small business representative has urged authorities to carefully consider its likely effect on entrepreneurs. President of the Small Business Association (SBA) Wayne Willock told reporters Wednesday that numerous delays and implementation challenges facing the so-called Amazon Tax have spared scores of small businesses from a ...

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SBA head: Take extra care with ‘Amazon Tax’

As the Government seeks to implement Value Added Tax (VAT) on online transactions, a key small business representative has urged authorities to carefully consider its likely effect on entrepreneurs. President of the Small Business Association (SBA) Wayne Willock told reporters Wednesday that numerous delays and implementation challenges facing the so-called Amazon Tax have spared scores of small businesses from a ...

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SBA head: Take extra care with ‘Amazon Tax’

As the Government seeks to implement Value Added Tax (VAT) on online transactions, a key small business representative has urged authorities to carefully consider its likely effect on entrepreneurs. President of the Small Business Association (SBA) Wayne Willock told reporters Wednesday that numerous delays and implementation challenges facing the so-called Amazon Tax have spared scores of small businesses from a ...

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