His Excellency Yuan Guisen hosted the CEO of Bahamaren Latrae Rahming in a meeting to discuss multiple platforms to strengthen the economic and trade relationship between The Bahamas and China.
US government representatives have told the Bahamas government that it must drop “all duties” on US products entering the country as a condition of being admitted to membership of the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
A Nassau Institute think-tank executive is concerned Bahamians will have to foot a growing bill to support bureaucracies the nation is being forced to create through international trade commitments.
The Ministry of Financial Services has partnered to host a discussion on the World Trade Organisation (WTO), December 6, 6pm, at the Harry C. Moore Auditorium.
Minister of Financial Services Ryan Pinder said that as the financial services industry at large seeks to evolve and grow, it would suit stakeholders to explore expansion of the industry.
The Ministry of Financial Services believes that linkages between the financial services sector and the development of a trade and industry sector go hand in hand.
The Amendments provide that approved manufacturers may import into The Bahamas without paying customs duty, as long as they remain Approved Manufacturers…
A top U.S. Embassy official has warned The Bahamas of likely strings attached to its Venezuela oil deal, and has advised a move toward sustainable energy solutions.
The Bahamas stands to benefit tremendously from membership to the WTO. Bahamian products would have access to over 150 countries, and would be subject to the same equal treatment as all other Members.