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The negotiations between the governments of Barbados and Antigua and Barbuda have broken down. The two governments were in discussions on the purchase of much of Barbados’ interest in LIAT by their Antiguan counterparts.      
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The government negotiating team and the trade union federation failed to reach agreement late Thursday afternoon. The two parties met for what was expected to be the final step of signing the collective bargaining agreement. This was supposed to be the culmination of many months of negotiations. There were some outstanding concerns going into Thursday’s …
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The opposition spokesman on aviation Alva batiste on Wednesday accused prime minister Allen Chastanet of failing to approach the negotiations with VA with the level seriousness that such an important matter deserves. Baptist says given the implications of the VA pull out, the prime minister was duty bound to be more thorough in his preparation …
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The St. Lucia Medical and Dental Association (SLMDA) has for the first time spoken out on the status of negotiations with the government. The president of the SLMDA Dr. Merle Clarke, says her organisation has been working as part of the Trade Union Federation, and is ready to sign the collective bargaining agreement, along with …
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By Caribbean News Now contributor  ST JOHNS, Antigua – Antigua and Barbuda’s effort to acquire majority ownership of LIAT through a purchase option of Barbados shareholdings sets the stage for ‘the art of the deal’ taking into consideration intra-regional travel, and its economic consequences in the wider Caribbean. Barbados is LIAT’s majority shareholder at 49.5 […]
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By Caribbean News Now contributor WASHINGTON, USA – US President Donald Trump has said “not nearly enough” progress is being made in negotiations with Mexico to avert his threatened tariffs. Trump promised import duties of five percent would take effect Monday unless Mexico stems the flow of migrants to the US. Those numbers reached their […]
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Barbados Nation:-  MUM’S THE WORD on negotiations between the Government of Barbados and Antigua and Barbuda over regional airline LIAT. Prime Minister Mia Mottley said yesterday Barbados remained committed to regional air travel, and to LIAT, but refused to provide any details about what would be this country’s next move regarding the financially-challenged airline. “I […]

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