Dr Gonsalves, who is chair of the Liat shareholder governments, now up to four with the recent inclusion of the Commonwealth of Dominica, indicates he doesn’t want a fight with the Kamla Persad-Bissessar administration in Port-of-Spain, but would prefer an informed discussion on the matter, a discussion which is “not antagonistic”, but rather conducted in a “co-operative manner”. But obviously CAL’s fuel subsidy is a worrisome issue for the Vincentian Prime Minister because just a month ago, during his Budget presentation in the St Vincent Parliament, Gonsalves listed the fuel subsidy as one of the “central challenges” which Liat faced.

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