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May 24, 2019
Starting a Small Business just faster and easier

Department of Inland Revenue introduces provisional licences...The Department of Inland Revenue (DIR) is continuing its efforts to improve ease of doing business by helping to speed up the process for entrepreneurs to start a new business...

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December 04, 2015
FNM vows transparency with foreign investment

IF elected to office, the Free National Movement's approach to negotiating heads of agreements with foreign investors will follow proper protocol and be more transparent than the current government, FNM Chairman Michael Pintard said yesterday.

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September 14, 2015
Turnquest to PM: Not enough to identify needs - must bring solutions

FNM Deputy Leader and Shadow Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest has taken Prime Minister Perry Christie to task over what Turnquest deems the prime minister's manifest inability to manage the tourism sector-related deficiencies Christie outlined at an investment conference in London last week.

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November 04, 2013
VAT: Fiscal savior or looming tsunami

A group of obviously concerned and jittery Bahamian business leaders got a sobering message recently from Financial Secretary John Rolle: The country would suffer a "bloodier and more painful" experience in a few years than it currently faces with unsustainable debt levels if it does not move quickly to reform its tax system.
The government has announced that Value Added Tax (VAT) will be introdu...

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May 16, 2013
Boat show at Palm Cay was a tremendous success

Palm Cay, the upscale waterfront development on New Providence's eastern shore, recently hosted the 2nd Annual Bahamas Sports Fishing Network (BSFN) Boat Show.
The event drew twice the boats and double the crowd as a year ago, and featured vessels on display from $10,000 to $290,000, ranging from center console open fishing vessels with single outboard engines to elaborate sportsfishing models.
"W...

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September 01, 2011
Lee Interiors Partners with Teknion

Lee Interiors today announced that it has entered into a partnership with contract furniture manufacturer Teknion. Under the agreement, Lee Interiors will sell, service and support Teknion's portfolio of panel, freestanding and desking systems, architectural products, case goods filing and storage, workplace accessories and extensive seating line in the Bahamas.

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Make Your Home a Holiday Oasis
November 30, 2018
Make Your Home a Holiday Oasis

Radio stations are placing their favourite Christmas playlist on repeat, decorative wreaths are hugging lamp poles on Bay Street and shops around town are rolling out their window displays...

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May 17, 2017
"UN 'Slow Down, Save Lives" Movements Gains in Bahamas Local Olympic Committee President Lends Support

They held up signs with lines like “Race Drivers Say Don’t Race” and “You Drink, I Drive.” They were the recruits joining the movement to reduce the number of road deaths and they took the pledge at the Mall at Marathon Saturday during the United Nations Road Safety Week May 8-14...

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May 13, 2017
United Nations Initiative Aims to Reduce the 1.25 Million Road Crash Deaths Annually, Bahamas to Stage Road Safety Campaign

In the time it took you to read the headline of this story, a child somewhere in the world was hit and killed by a car on her way to school...

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May 10, 2017
The Bahamas to host road safety campaign

In the time it took to read the headline of this story, a child somewhere in the world was hit and killed by a car on her way to school.
"The statistics are alarming," said David McLaughlin, FIA (International Automobile Federation) Project Development Director for the Caribbean. "Speed kills. Somewhere in the world a child dies every 30 seconds as a result of a road crash. Road accidents are the ...

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