A top rating agency is projecting the country’s debt-to-GDP ratio will swell into the mid-60s this year, and could eclipse 70 percent in the next two or three years.
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The Bahamas is looking to borrow more money from abroad to beef up U.S. dollar reserves that have continued to follow a “downward trajectory”.
The top executive at Baha Mar intends to get the very best out of Bahamians when it comes to service, and is calling on all citizens to pull together and deliver a stellar product.
A management team involved in the opening of the largest casino in the world has signed on to lead Baha Mar’s much-anticipated gaming product.
Ian Jennings, the president of Commonwealth Bank, believes unregulated lending facilities are worsening public debt and creditworthiness.
A major gaming company in Las Vegas has reached an agreement with Atlantis to provide mobile gambling throughout the resort campus by as early as next week.
Towers Shopping Centre, a high-end retail development, will be constructed in the shadow of the Baha Mar mega resort – much like Marina Village on Paradise Island.