Code of Silence was an article in two parts – the first dealing with the agents and effects of that Code and the second dealing with the unfolding case of AIC.
As usual, I sent the article to my main blogging-collaborator Barbados Free Press (BFP) who split it apart into those halves. Maybe they felt that the bond default by AIC Barbados in the second half deserved a separate focus for their readers – who knows?
So, BFP published Code of Silence surrounds CL Financial bailout on Saturday 16th and Michael Lee-Chin’s AIC Finance – Another CL Financial CLICO situation in progress? on Monday 18th.
Later that day, the AIC story was picked-up by Forbes.com and that story is here, Forbes picks up Barbados Free Press news feed!
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Congratulations Afra, people are sitting up and taking notice – far and wide. Good job.