WORKING HARD TO SAVE FREEPORT
best cialis sildenafil times;”>Prime Minister Perry Christie, pharmacy Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe, case Minister for Grand Bahama Michael Darville and the Attorney General Allyson Maynard Gibson met with Hutchison Whampoa’s executives and those of the Grand Bahama Port Authority to discuss the future of Freeport. Last year, the Government granted an initial six month extension on the concessions under the Hawksbill Creek Agreement which governs the city of Freeport. Joining the Prime Minister was Sir Baltron Bethel, Senior Policy Advisor to the Prime Minister The extension to the law will run out in February and the government is no closer to what should happen in the circumstances. The general outline is that the Port should give up regulatory authority for Freeport to the government and the Port should also offer equity in the Group of Companies in exchange for the continuation of the concessions.