Opposing views on Brexit impact on Caribbean • Caribbean Life


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Both economics scholar, Andrew Rose, and British High Commissioner, Janet Douglas, agree that Brexit, the UK’s severing of economic and immigration ties with the European Union, would affect Caribbean trade, but differ on solutions.

Professor Rose, the featured distinguished visiting fellow to the Central Bank of Barbados’ 5th Caribbean Economic Forum has said that Caribbean territories should seek to diversify their tourism and other business relations away from the UK and pursue the Latin American Market because current Brexit negotiations spell economic uncertainty for region.

But Douglas, who is the envoy to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, was Friday reported by the Nation Newspaper suggesting a UK intention to…

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