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September 16, 2010
Experts: Illegal drug transit label won't discourage FDI

By JAMMAL SMITH
Guardian Business Reporter
jammal@nasguard.com

Despite U.S. President Barack Obama naming The Bahamas as a major drug transit or drug producing country, local business experts say that the label won't dissuade foreign investors.
Managing Partner of HLB Galanis Philip Galanis and former Chamber of Commerce President and Superwash chief Dionisio D'Aguilar spoke with Guardian Busines...

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VAT commissioner's powers questioned
November 14, 2013
VAT commissioner's powers questioned

A prominent businessman has suggested that powers given to a value-added tax (VAT) commissioner under draft legislation are "setting a dangerous precedent" and may be unconstitutional...

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College of The Bahamas conference will see launch of tourism research unit
August 16, 2013
College of The Bahamas conference will see launch of tourism research unit

As The Bahamas tourism product continues to evolve, a more dynamic service culture will also be necessary, according to a top tourism executive at Atlantis who is slated to give a master class at an international conference in September...

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Some business owners reject handgun appeal
August 08, 2013
Some business owners reject handgun appeal

Amid calls from the business community to amend the Firearms Act to make it easier for business owners to carry handguns, two prominent businessmen have said such a move could worsen the situation in the country.

Superwash President Dionisio D'Aguilar said his business has constantly been targeted by robbers...

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May 30, 2013
Govt imposes higher taxes on banks

Financial institutions in The Bahamas can expect more fees and higher taxes on their activities as government seeks to pull revenue from arguably the most profitable sector of the economy.
In yesterday's budget communication to the House of Assembly, Prime Minister Perry Christie said a new business license fee will be introduced for domestic banks at a rate of three percent of gross revenue. Me...

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May 07, 2013
Former Bahamas Chamber president to speak at GB Chamber Lunch

Grand Bahama, The Bahamas - The local Grand
Bahama Chamber of Commerce is looking forward to their monthly luncheon
on Wednesday,  May 8th, as the guest speaker will be well-known
businessman and former Chamber of Commerce President, Dionisio
D'Aguilar.

President of Superwash, Chairman and Director of
numerous boards, Mr. D'Aguilar will speak on Wednesday at the Chamber
monthly busines...

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May 07, 2013
D'Aguilar to speak at GB Chamber event

The Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce is looking forward to its monthly luncheon, as the guest speaker will be Dionisio D'Aguilar, well-known businessman and former Bahamas Chamber of Commerce president.
D'Aguilar, the president of Superwash and a chairman and director of numerous boards, will speak on Wednesday, May 8 at the monthly business luncheon at the Pelican Bay Hotel. D'Aguilar will be sp...

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May 06, 2013
Dionisio D'Aguilar to speak at Grand Bahama Chamber luncheon Wednesday

GRAND BAHAMA, The Bahamas -- The Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce is looking forward to their monthly luncheon on Wednesday, May 8th, as the guest speaker will be well-known businessman and former Bahamas Chamber of Commerce President, Dionisio D'Aguilar.
President of Superwash, Chairman and Director of numerous boards, Mr. D'Aguilar will speak on Wednesday at the Chamber monthly business luncheon...

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'Contract Killers' Held By Police
December 13, 2012
'Contract Killers' Held By Police

Two Bahamian men, being quizzed about 23 murders in New Providence, are thought to be "contract killers" who took orders for hits from a prison inmate.

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Stunned Reation To Immigration
April 25, 2013
Stunned Reation To Immigration

Stunned Bahamian businesses yesterday described the Immigration Department's "raid" at Atlantis as "simply reprehensible", warning that such actions were counterproductive to the government's key objectives of economic growth and job creation.

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