Barbados has done ‘reasonably well’ meeting IMF targets, says governor Haynes

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Cleviston Haynes: “I think we are doing reasonably well in meeting the targets”

The governor of the Central Bank of Barbados says the country has made progress towards meeting the targets of its International Monetary Fund (IMF) supported programme, but risks remain.

“So far, I think we are doing reasonably well in meeting the targets,” Cleviston Haynes said at a press conference at the end of October, following the bank’s recently published quarterly review.

“Our reserves situation has improved, the fiscal situation is improving and we are improving the issue of the debt

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