Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Neighbours ‘not buying Bajan’

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REGIONAL NEIGHBOURS are slamming doors on many Barbadian-made products.
And Minister of Commerce and Trade Senator Haynesley Benn says it is a major worry  him, while executive director of the Barbados Manufacturers’ Association, Bobbi McKay, claims the situation is getting out of hand.
McKay identified Trinidad, Jamaica and St Lucia as the chief culprits.
Declining to name the products facing difficulties in getting into those countries, McKay said: “It has been going on for two years with some of them. (MM)
 
Full story in today’s MIDWEEK NATION.
 

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