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H hotel to ‘restart work in 2017’


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HARLEQUIN SAYS IT IS PREPARING to restart work on its H Barbados property next year through a joint partnership.

But the controversial British company, which is still indebted to a number of local companies and has faced financial strife, has not said if and when it will return to its other venture at Merricks, St Philip.

At the same time, a spokesperson for the company told the MIDWEEK NATION that the pending insolvency of Harlequin in neighbouring St Vincent and the Grenadines had been misrepresented.

“Harlequin’s ambitions for Barbados remain unchanged and we expect development to continue at H Barbados in 2017 with a joint venture partner,” the official said when asked about the St Vincent development. (SC)

Please read the full story in today’s Midweek Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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