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Anthony, who is also finance minister, said if this is going to be achieved then the gap between the financial sector and the government that makes the decision must be addressed.
‘The time has really come for us to be one team, one partner, but protecting our respective interests, but at the same time addressing the common interest of the jurisdiction that we manage,” the prime minister said.
He praised the “sheer efficiency” of the Bank of Nova Scotia, adding that it belongs to a tradition of Canadian banking that has helped nurse Canada through “this extraordinary meltdown” with minimum damage.
Anthony said what is clear is that the Canadian banks have become models for the rest of the world.
Story taken from www.caribbeanlifenews.com’s Caribbean roundup for this past week.
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