Thursday, April 18, 2024

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BARBADIANS HAVE rejected recent proposals for the Freundel Stuart administration to inject money in low-cost carrier REDjet.
The findings of the latest scientific poll, released by CADRES last weekend, indicate that the majority of respondents were not opposed to having the grounded carrier back in the skies, but they believed it should not be at the expense of taxpayers.
Of the 1 080 people surveyed, 39.4 per cent said they thought that more could be done for REDjet, compared to 35.3 per cent who felt enough had been done already. The remaining 25.3 per cent were non-committal.
However, when asked if Government should provide financial assistance to REDjet, most, or 42.1 per cent, responded: “No”.
Read the full story in today’s DAILY NATION.

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