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Presentation and Regional Interactive Discussion
"The ECCU Economic Review 2005"

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On Thursday 12 January 2006, audiences in the ECCB offices in its eight member countries participated in a live, interactive discussion with Governor Sir K Dwight Venner.

Following his presentation on the performance of the ECCU economy in 2005, Governor Venner fielded questions relating to the economic performance of the ECCU; deepening the integration process in the OECS; the CARICOM Single Market and Economy; and economic and financial growth of the ECCU.

Radio and television stations in all eight islands broadcast the live discussions simultaneously, and members of the public made contributions to the discussions through e-mail messages sent to the Bank’s website.

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Lastest Quarterly Economic and Financial Review (March 2005)
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