GEORGETOWN, Guyana – The food import bill in Caribbean Community (CARICOM) member states, may be reduced by up to 25 percent in 2025 due to the establishment of the Guyana/Barbados food terminal in Barbados.
This is according to the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley who was speaking during a joint press conference on Friday with the Prime minister of Dominican Roosevelt Skerrit.
Mottley said the investment in such a facility will allow for the movement of food from countries that are involved in mass agriculture production.
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