Standards of Service
FTC Office Relocation
Public Consultation on the review of BL&P Standards of Service 2014-2017
FTC’s 13th Annual Lecture Highlights importance of Competition Policy
Public Consultation on the review of C&W (B’dos) Ltd. Standards of Service 2014-2017
Redacted merger application of the Barbados National Terminal Company Limited and BNTCL Holdings Ltd
Did You Know
The FTC must consult the public before making decisions on utility regulation matters.
The FTC has the power to stop a merger.
If you have been misled about the price or nature of goods or services, you must first let the business try to resolve it before contacting the FTC.
TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES THE FTC REGULATES [pdf]
Decisions & Orders
Terms of Reference
Telecommunications Customer Survey
Invitation to be a Member of the Fair Trading Commission Survey Mailing List
Commission Launches a Study to Evaluate the Activities Within theTelecommunications Industry
Allegation: Anti-competitive Agreement by Shipping Agents of Barbados
Allegation: Refusal to Supply by Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation
Banking Industry in Barbados
Allegation: Anti-competitive Business Conduct by Digicel
Allegation: Anti-competitive conduct by LIME
FTC, Valuers and Commercial Banks Agree on Criteria to Guide the Selection of Qualified Valuers
Allegation: Fee Setting - Professional Associations (Attorneys-at-Law)
Allegation: Restriction of Competition - NASSCO Ltd.
Allegation: Excessive Pricing - ADM Barbados Mills
Allegation: Excessive pricing - Pinnacle Feeds Limited
Allegation: Abuse of Dominance - Arawak Cement Company Limited
Allegation: Leveraging LIME (Cable and Wireless)
Allegation: Abuse of a Dominant Position - LIAT
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2016 FTC Annual Report
2017 Annual Lecture Presentation
Mr. John Davies, Senior Vice President of Compass Lexecon (Paris) delivers his presentation on
Competition Policy and Economic Development – is there a link for Small Economies?
to the audience at the FTC’s 13th Annual Lecture.