Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said the country is showing signs of recovery after a bruising two and a half year economic decline.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham yesterday declared he will stake his reputation on the economy improving by next year.
The Bahamas is seeking the support of the Kingdom of Spain for full membership in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and in the area of renewable energy.
The Local Government for a 21st century Bahamas must be able to understand, be willing to participate and be prepared to function within a global economy
This is what the G-20 meeting that started on November 11 in Seoul, the capital of the Republic of Korea, has been turned into.
The Bahamas has asked the Republic of Turkey, a G-20 country, for assistance in ensuring that smaller developing states have a voice within the global economic forum for a level playing field.
The Bahamas is preparing to join the World Trade Organization (WTO) and trade economist Hank Ferguson says that the country needs to be prepared for how it will be impacted.
The “turbulent economic times” currently facing many western countries, including The Bahamas, dictate that the country will have to diversify its economy to include a greater reliance on domestic and other newer and more creative types of investments in the future.
If we are to survive as a nation, the Public Service will be downsized, there will be more privatization and we will learn to do things more efficiently.