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THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS….CONTINUED

On Tuesday of this week, Standard and Poor’s cut the sovereign credit rating of The Bahamas from BBB+/A-2 to BBB-/A-3, citing “depressed (economic) growth” and the ongoing Baha Mar dispute as the principal reasons. In its assessment, the credit agency predicted economic growth of less than one percent over the next several years and a […]

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS….CONTINUED.

Bahamas Prime Minister challenges UWI to transform Caribbean society Calling on all regional stakeholders to unite around a shared vision of quality education that will raise the Caribbean civilization to unprecedented heights, Bahamas Prime Minister and CARICOM Chair the Rt. Hon. Perry G. Christie addressed educators from around the Caribbean at the installation ceremony for […]