Archives March 2019

Firm craftsmen of our fate: HQ, Uber & the Future

The right honorable Mia Mottley, has provided a plan for the restoration and advancement of Barbados’s economy in the Official 2019 budget. While locals shared a feeling of unease leading up to the calling of parliament on Wednesday, Bajan’s were treated to a phenomenon unseen in our island over the […]

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Unique Artwork Up for Grabs!

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Crake Ventures #3 The Trinidad & Tobago Carnival Guide

The practice of celebrating Carnival in the Caribbean has been deeply rooted in our African Heritage for centuries, It’s celebration is/was symbolic of our rejection of colonial oppression and expressed our dissatisfaction and mockery of the European’s own festivities. Some sources go onto state.. Historians say they believe the first […]

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Digital Currencies & The Regulatory Sandbox Era: A Progressive Regulatory Approach For Barbados

By: Kemar A. Roberts, Attorney-at-law   Introduction This article will examine the Regulatory Sandbox policy that has been implemented in Barbados and contrast its establishment and subsequent treatment of digital currencies, and other FinTech operations with international attempts to regulate the cryptocurrency phenomenon. In so doing, it is posited that […]

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