Published On: Sat, Nov 14th, 2020

No liquidity support yet but talks have finally started

THE HAGUE / PHILIPSBURG – St. Maarten’s needs 61.2 million guilders in liquidity support until the end of 2020 but the government will not get this money yet because it does not meet the requirements for the second tranche of liquidity support and because it has not yet agreed to the conditions for the third tranche.


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