Barbados guide 2016
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Barbados’ longstanding central bank governor DeLisle Worrell discusses the vigour and vitality of Barbados’ economy and explains the importance of playing to the island’s great natural strengths.
The latest rankings from Euromoney Country Risk underline the strength of Barbados’ economic revival.
It has been a tough few years, but Barbados’ tourism industry is back in good health again, with the number of short-stay and long-stay visitors, seeking all-year sun and the ability to blend business and leisure, rising fast.
By creating the International Securities Market, a new global securities hub, Barbados aims to place itself at the centre of global capital markets.
Barbados’ professional business services industry is admired by many Western nation states.
Barbados is powering ahead with plans to transform itself into a carbon-neutral exporter of renewable energy, with wind and solar leading the way.
Published in conjunction with: Central Bank of Barbados and Euromoney Country Risk