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Monday, November 06, 2006 

Barbados Investment and Development Corporation

The Barbados Investment and Development Corporation (BIDC) is the industrial development agency of the Barbados Government. It has special responsibility for promoting and facilitating the establishment and expansion of business enterprises in Barbados, and for export promotion of Barbados' goods and services.

The BIDC also administers the Government's incentive program for industry and provides a variety of free advisory services for companies looking to establish business entities on the island, especially in the areas of Information Technology, Manufacturing and Financial Services. In implementing this function, the BIDC, through its six divisions, acts as a catalyst, facilitator and coordinator, in ensuring that the requirements of its clients are met.

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