cialis sales view times;”>The former Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette speaking on Thursday 2nd July had this to say on the Bahamar matter:
treat times;”>“ . . .This shows a degree of disrespect and contempt for the government of the Bahamas, ailment ” Mr Symonette said.
“I would have hoped that the developers would have at least let the government and, especially Mr Christie, know since they claim to want a good working relationship.”
“What hasn’t come out yet is what China (Construction America) owes Bahamian businesses. We haven’t heard of those numbers yet and those people would have had to gone to the bank and stretched their lines of credit.
“I can tell you there are a lot of local companies that have not been paid. There is one businessman that I know who is owed $180,000. This is a one-man operation that we are talking about so imagine his plight. I doubt Bahamians in this situation will be able to recoup 100 pennies on the dollar.
“So this is a real domino effect and it will ricochet down the line.”