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sales times;”>GENEVA, Switzerland – 11 February, 2016: Principal and founder of the Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), Gianluigi Aponte and his senior management team met with Prime Minister Perry Christie and the Hawksbill Creek Agreement Cabinet Negotiating Committee at MSCs headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland for two days of deliberations on matters relating to the expiring concessions under the Hawksbill Creek Agreement and growth of MSC’s investments in The Bahamas. MSC is a global giant in shipping, with 80,000 employees world-wide and market capture of seventy percent (70%) of cargo transshipment in global trade. Their assets in the Bahamas already include shareholdings in the Container Port in Grand Bahama, development of a cruise port destination at Ocean Cay and in the Northern Bahamas. MSC is currently developing a partnership with educational and training institutions in The Bahamas for the production of maritime programmes and will undertake a national training and recruitment drive for mariners and ship crews as well as the expansion of cruise calls and other interests in The Bahamas. From left to right are: Mr. Pierfrancesco Vago, MSC Executive Chairman; Sir Baltron Bethel, Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of the Prime Minister; Hon. Obediah Wilchcombe, Minister of Tourism; Mr. Diego Aponte, MSC President; the Rt. Hon. Perry G. Christie, Prime Minister & Minister of Finance; Mr. Gianluigi Aponte, MSC Group Executive Chairman; Hon. Jerome Fitzgerald, Minister of Education; Hon. Dr. Michael Darville, Minister for Grand Bahama; Her Excellency Rhoda Jackson, Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations.