The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank has presented its strategic plan for the years from 2017–21, saying it aims to transform the region’s economies.
The launch of the strategic plan was delayed by what the ECCB describes as the “recent devastation of several member countries by Hurricanes Irma and Maria”. The ECCB adds “we must be resolute in building resilience as we commence the arduous task of reconstruction”.
“Nothing less than socioeconomic transformation will do,” writes ECCB governor Tim
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