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Chairman's Message

akhen    Akhentoolove Corbin

Dear stakeholders, welcome to the Productivity Council!
We are a very small institution in terms of structure and number of staff, but with responsibilities as a major player in terms of the growth and sustainability of Barbados. The Productivity Council was established as a component of the first Prices and Incomes Protocol and reflects the spirit of the Social Partnership in Barbados……

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team (7)  John Pilgrim

In the context of globalisation, trade liberalization, the Caribbean Single Market and Economy (CSME) and global recessionary forces, there is probably no single issue that is receiving more attention from government, employers, and the unions, than that of productivity and competitiveness.  The lowering of trade and investment barriers in the 1990s created new opportunities for Caribbean countries, but at the same time precipitated significant challenges.

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The Productivity Council team produces on an annual basis, research articles that cover a cross section of the developmental ares of Barbados the region and the world. These writings are provided to the public via the councils library and digital media out lets. Use this opportunity to  view our Archive online as they can be found at the top of the page.

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