Dear Editor. Kindly allow me some space to voice my concern(s) about what really are NOT attractive listings, private and BISX (public), existing and proposed in the Bahamas. Prior to BISX coming into existence, in the due diligence phase, at the time, the Government of the day (I recall late 90’s early 2000’s) was advised, […]
We agree with James Smith and the PLP should not support the government in passing these measures in the Parliament. The story is excerpted from The Tribune 7 December 2018: The Bahamas will score a “false victory” if it avoids Europe’s latest “blacklist”, a former finance minister argued yesterday, as it represents another step in […]
The United Nations Security Council with New Zealand in the Chair called a special open debate on the question of the peace and security issues of Small Island Developing States or (SIDS). Fred Mitchell represented The Bahamas on Thursday 30th July. He said the following: “The Bahamas faces now a threat which is existential to […]
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PRESS RELEASE (FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) The Ministry of Labour and National Insurance advises that the following trade unions have filed trade disputes with the department of labor and have subsequently taken strike votes on the disputes filed stria food that Is the call to implement and/or developwhile the tossicitÃ of the […]