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June 20, 2017
Davis: Budget offers no relief for ordinary people

Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis charged yesterday that the 2017/2018 budget is "steeped" with financial benefits for families, other loved ones and friends of those in government, but is oppressive for the poor people in The Bahamas.
"When the FNM says it's the people's time, we are constrained to ask who are these people?" Davis said as he contributed to the budget debate in the House of Ass...

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September 30, 2013
'Revenue court' gets mixed reviews

Business stakeholders are offering mixed assessments of the government's decision to create a "revenue court" which would deal with tax and other revenue-related infractions, with some suggesting that it's a step in the right direction and others indicating that the government should be focusing on educating businesses on their obligations under the new VAT regime...

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May 01, 2017
D'Aguilar's company linked to another falsified invoice

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday labeled Freetown candidate and owner of Superwash Limited Dionisio D'Aguilar a "serial tax dodger", revealing in several Bahamas Customs Department documents that the company was linked to another falsified invoice, this time on the shipment of 53 washers and dryers and 53 coin boxes.
D'Aguilar strongly rejected the tax dodger clai...

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D'Aguilar company made false declarations in 2014 case
April 24, 2017
D'Aguilar company made false declarations in 2014 case

SUPERWASH Limited, the company owned by Free National Movement candidate for Free Town Dionisio D'Aguilar, submitted three false declarations to the Bahamas Customs Department in 2014 which would have cost the government more than $35,000 in unpaid duty, according to documents obtained by The Tribune...

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April 24, 2017
Symonette tops list of wealthy candidates

Former Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette came roaring back to top the list of wealthiest candidates seeking election to the House of Assembly, with a massive fortune of $156 million, according to his financial declaration filed on Nomination Day.
To put in perspective the vastness of Symonette's wealth, his declaration, as of the end of 2016, amounts to more than those of the next nine people ...

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January 23, 2017
D'Aguilar: Place public schools under private control

Following an altercation at Government High School last week that resulted in one student being stabbed and two others injured, Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for Montagu Dionisio D'Aguilar yesterday suggested public schools be removed from government responsibility and placed under private control.
"I think our private schools are very well run and they achieve commendable results," said ...

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'Totally wrong' on Blue Hill re-routing
April 29, 2010
'Totally wrong' on Blue Hill re-routing

The Government has got it "totally wrong" on Blue Hill Road, a former Chamber of Commerce president blasted yesterday, adding that it had "devastated and destroyed" a number of businesses at the peak of their vulnerability, one of his outlets having suffered a 14 per cent month-over-month sales decline since the traffic changes took effect.

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December 02, 2016
'BPL will continue to fail without extra capacity'

BUSINESSMAN Dionisio D'Aguilar asserted that Bahamas Power and Light Company Ltd. will continue to fail in providing consumers with reliable service so long as its money is "pissed" away, while insisting the company should make a concerted effort to shift all customers to prepaid metering with a view to improving BPL's cash generation.

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July 26, 2010
License reforms remove cost of sales 'nightmare'

Both the current and immediate past Bahamas Chamber of Commerce presidents yesterday praised the Government for simplifying the way business license fees were calculated, telling Tribune Business the revised Bill would eliminate the complexity and "abuse" associated with gross profit calculations, while maintaining food retailers should have been given a special category.

Khaalis Rolle, the Cha...

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October 18, 2010
Lack of creativity hurting entrepreneurs

By JAMMAL SMITH
Guardian Business Reporter
jammal@nasguard.com
A lack of creativity is one of the major challenges faced by entrepreneurs according to several members of the business community, who say following trends won't translate into much success in today's economic climate.
President of Superwash Dionisio D'Aguilar and John S. George President Andrew Wilson were keynote speakers at the 2010...

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