Screen_Shot_2014-12-22_at_6.46.03_PMAs we told you at the top of the newscast there is no telling when the 2014/2015 crop season will commence. BSCFA will meet tomorrow with its directors who will decide if the agreement will be signed or not.

 

It all depends on how they interpret the revision of clause 2.3 made by BSI to the draft agreement. And with tensions rising and falling as the negotiations continue there is not telling what will come next. But this time all indications are that BSI will not be taken by surprise.

 

On Friday they sent home their employees as a form of precaution as rumours were that a riot was to take place. Also, if you have been by the factory, you will notice that barriers have gone up and they were still in place today. According to Carballo it is a decision management took as a form of safety.


Belizario Carballo- BSI, Financial Director


“It is just a precautionary measure clearly we can’t be distracted by that though since as an organization we are in communication with the BSCFA as the communication remains and we have not gotten any word that there has been a break in the communication but in practice we have to set things in place for what we anticipate.”

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