Digicel has been granted a licence that will allow it to connect undersea fibre cable to neighbouring Haiti and the…
Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC), the UK-based telco that just purchased 51% of BTC, has sold their Bermuda operations.
LIME, Cable & Wireless Communications’ Caribbean business, is surprised at the recent reports in the media regarding negotiations around the staging of the 2011 CARIFTA Games.
Adam Stewart, CEO of the award-winning Sandals Resorts International, gave top marks to LIME, the Caribbean division of Cable & Wireless Communications. Cable & Wireless Communications has been selected by the Government to buy the majority share of BTC in a long-awaited privatization process.
Economic diversification is the Government’s latest fiscal strategy to rebound from the cash flow stagnation of tourism dollars, due to the global recession and the privatisation of BTC will move toward that goal.
The latest cables exposed by WikiLeaks show how the United States was alarmed over the ever-growing relationship between The Bahamas and Communist China.
The Bahamas is eager to host the 2011 CARIFTA Games, but is still awaiting response from sponsors before making a commitment.
After months of uncertainty, it appears that The Bahamas will in fact be stepping in to save this year’s Carifta Games with an announcement expected to be made by North America, Central America and Caribbean Athletics Association President Neville ‘Teddy’ McCook as early as next week.
Sun, Sea, Sand and Surgery could be the future theme of tourism promotions in the Caribbean, as regional governments and private investors focus on exploring the benefits of Medical Tourism.