The Bahamas has been ‘swinging” international organisations for years, promising the moon and never delivering. Finally, people are getting wise to the special concessions made to the rogue nation.
The Trade Commission will submit a “comprehensive paper” on the positions the Bahamas should take over World Trade Organisation (WTO) accession before end-June, its chairman said.
Strengthening ties between the Bahamas and the World Trade Organisation would protect Intellectual Property Rights of Bahamian inventors participating in global trade.
The Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda has granted authorization by the World Trade Organization (WTO) to suspend certain concessions and obligations it has under international law to the United States in respect of intellectual property rights.
Representatives from The Bahamas participated in consultations on outstanding matters that will assist the Government of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas in its accession to the World Trade Organisation.