Special Reports Archive - Marla Dukharan


Evaluates the facts behind borrowing from the IMF, the major risks to T&T’s debt sustainability and external accounts based on updates presented by the Minister of Finance on June 9, 2021 as part of the mid-year supplementary budget for Fiscal Year 2020/2021.
“History, Analysis and Socio-Economic Implications of the EU’s Blacklisting of Vanuatu” takes an in-depth look at the EU’s tax and AML/CFT Blacklisting policy, how it is is being unilaterally and disproportionately applied to this former European colony, why the EU’s actions are counterproductive, brutal and discriminatory in nature, and the socio-economic damage the EU is […]
“There are two ways one can help a man – up or down” – Caribbean proverb. Which way is the European Union (EU) choosing with respect to its unilateral application of its own tax and anti–money laundering policies, on acutely vulnerable, former European colonies? This report analyses the EU’s Blacklisting of Vanuatu and explores the […]
Editorial: The EU’s defiantly discriminatory & disproportionate action persists. The Caribbean Economic Report, November 2020 Barbados GDP contracted 16% Jan-Sept, DomRep GDP fell 8.1% Jan-Sept, Guyana’s non-oil GDP contracted 4.9% in H1 while oil GDP increased 45.9%…
Editorial: Why does the EU deliberately marginalize small and vulnerable countries? Caribbean Economic Report, August 2020 Steeper economic contractions projected: Bahamas -15 to -20% in 2020, Barbados -27% y/y in Q2, Cayman Islands -7.1% for 2020, Jamaica -7 to -10% this FY…


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