Author: Amit Uttamchandani

Reproduced with permission, the full text of Dr. Delisle Worrell – former Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados – December 2019 newsletter: In an informed front page editorial on November 25, the Barbados Advocate had this to say about the power outage crisis in Barbados: “[Emera, the Canadian parent of the Barbados Light and…

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November 2019 saw six murders taking place across Barbados. The victims were: Temario Holder (16), Denzil Obed Scarboro (29), Ken McDonald Yearwood (39), Cecil Webb (49), Lennox Jeffneil Browne (48) and Terry Small (late 40s). Two deaths were shooting related (Scarboro and Yearwood), while the other four were stabbing/cutlass related. Three of the six murders…

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In my last KFC related post I looked at 1) The Caribbean country with the largest number of KFC stores and 2) The Caribbean country with the largest number of KFC stores per capita (i.e., per 100,000 persons). For my second serving (or helping) of KFC related posts, the chart below looks at the countries…

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Reproduced with permission, the full text of Dr. Delisle Worrell – former Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados – November 2019 newsletter: The International Banking Seminar held on October 20, following the conclusion of the Annual Meetings of the IMF and World Bank, was an occasion to reflect on the main concerns of the…

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