Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados to broadcast news conference live on web

Barbados Free Press received the following from an unverified source. It is unconfirmed so like everything you read here or anywhere else, buyer beware…

Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, Dr. DeLisle Worrell will host his first news conference on Wednesday, January 13, 2010 in the Executive Dining Room, Central Bank of Barbados.

Subject: Barbados’ Economic Performance in 2009 and Prospects for 2010.
Time: 11:00 a.m. – local time
Time: 10:00 A.M. ET

Video webcast will be accessible from this location:

The Barbados Economy in 2009 and Prospects for 2010

Note: We recommend that you access the webcast five minutes before its scheduled start time.

And on Tuesday, January 12th at 2:00 p.m. check out our website for a video and text release of the Economic Review statement.


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2 responses to “Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados to broadcast news conference live on web

  1. Donald Duck, Esq

    Why is the new governor being so “presidential”?

    Why is he concerned more with presentation than substance?

  2. Anonymous

    It is clear that 20%- 30% of the populace will see hell for the next 2 years.

    Nothing that the central bank can do. But could we not have sought financing for somewhere to help the poor and unemployed?

    An approach that ensures that we have enough foreign exchange to make 80 % of the people comfortable is not good enough.

    The political class, both BLP and DLP, will pay for this.

    The BLP wasted our money and the DLP was not proactive in dealing with what was an obvious on-coming economic disaster.