The Bahamian Contractors Association is pushing Baha Mar developers for a financial commitment to fund a national training programme for local construction workers before the Cable Beach project commences.
The Bahamas: Business
Bahamians are now more than$1 billion in arrears on their loans as the public continues to struggle with keeping up mortgage payments.
A new Bahamas Law Students Association has been launched with the intent to improve and provide professional and scholastic opportunities and development for its members.
Officials of the National Congress of Trade Unions of the Bahamas have publicly stated support of the Baha Mar project, even on the controversial issue of thousands of Chinese workers being brought in to work on the multi-billion dollar resort.
After seeing signs of improvement in the travel industry at the start of the year, conditions are beginning to get a bit murky.
The Bahamas Financial Services Board has opened nominations for the 2010 Financial Services Industry Excellence Awards.
Obie Wilchcombe, Leader of Opposition Business in the House of Assembly, says the Opposition is on board to vote when the government brings the Baha Mar resolution to parliament next week.
City Markets is facing the daunting problem of “substantial” losses due to their inventory ‘shrinkage’ levels that are three times’ higher than international industry norms.
After years of political maneuvering, construction off the new roll-on, roll-off dock is officially underway, literally paving the way for shipping to move from Bay Street to Arawak Cay.