The U.N. needs to develop mechanisms to govern offshore financial services in order to protect small offshore economies, Bahamas PM Perry Christie told the UN General Assembly this weekend.
Contrary to popular belief Bahamianization is not the way to go to improve life in The Bahamas. The second worse was when we went with the unions, which gave birth to Bahamianization.
There has been a lot of talk about this initiative over the past several years, and the public has been subjected to bursts of information every now and then as the specially formed COB University Task Force carries out its mandate.
Bahamas ranks 39th out of 152 nations and territories included in the Economic Freedom of the World: 2013 Annual Report, released today by The Nassau Institute.
Domestic economic conditions remained challenging during the review month, reflecting continued weakness in the major tourism sector, which offset steady gains in capital formation provided by various foreign investment-led construction activities.
Our government has waged an open war against our wallets, and what the powers that be seem to care little about is that this is a war many Bahamians cannot afford to fight, much less win.
The $200 million Palm Cay development is quietly contributing millions to the economy through construction-related activities and partnering with local businesses.
The country is still in a mess, crime is keeping us locked up day and night, thousands are still unemployed and it seems as though their core focus is trying to initiate audit hoping to find faults the FNM may have made. Get to work PLP.
Minister of Financial Services Ryan Pinder has admitted that there is “a sub-set of Bahamians” who are unemployable, due to the absence of job skills.