October 2009
Caribbean Update;Oct2009, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on a statement made by Anthony Travers, director of the Cayman Islands Financial Services Association on the refusal of Great Britain to extend the credit line of the territory because of a rivalry in the financial services industry. Travers said that three British banks have agreed to provide a loan to the Cayman Islands. He added that the British government only want to protect its own interest.


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