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Lynch queries foreign reserves situation


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Former Minister of Tourism Noel Lynch has questioned why increased visitor arrivals have not translated into more foreign currency earnings.

His query came during a Barbados Labour Party meeting on Wednesday night at Deacons Farm, St Michael. 
“How could we not see a foreign exchange jump in the first quarter of the year, which is the busiest time?” Lynch asked. 
He said under a Barbados Labour Party government, Mia Mottley and her team would fix the foreign reserves problem. 
“It is about stopping wastage. Don’t ask how we’re going to do it or get the money. We know that we can do this. Mia has already told you it’s about choices, but Chris doesn’t have the vision,” he added. (TG)


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