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Friday, September 15, 2006 

Where does Fiscal Policies stand in the Development Process for the Caribbean? (II)
Still documenting the issues of fiscal policies and reforms in the Caribbean, I have found this article re Antigua & Barbuda highlighting the introduction of their reform package dubbed: “The Home-grown Adjustment Programme”. This project undertaken by the Ministry of Finance is an overhaul of the fiscal structure with an emphasis to streamline public services. As you will see the program is aiming to improve the delivery of fiscal mechanisms to smoothen, the impacts of debt stocks strengthen revenues and curb expenditures.

  • Fiscal reforms to be made available to public

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