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AML Foods Ltd. Chairman Dionisio D'Aguilar has confirmed that the company is "pretty seriously" exploring putting a grocery store on Yamacraw Road.
The owner of Wing Zone is appealing to the government to include businesses shut down from the road works in its relief plans. Michael Turnquest, who closed the franchise last July, said the $15 million relief plan outlined by the government does nothing for those most impacted.
The government is in no rush to bring another telecommunications provider into the market despite recent talks with Digicel, according to a leading businessman.
Dionisio D'Aguilar, owner of Superwash and a key shareholder in Cable Bahamas Limited (CBL), felt that Prime Minister Perry Christie's discussions with the company were "not surprising".
An international rating agency is placing more emphasis on the successful implementation of value-added tax (VAT) than reform to property tax.
Moody's said VAT has the potential to be a "game changer" for The Bahamas' economy. While property tax is certainly an appealing revenue stream, its administration is difficult in many places around the world, according to Edward Al-Hussainy, assistant vic...
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
PARTS of Robinson Road have been turned into a business "wasteland" by protracted roadworks, as a former Bahamas Chamber of Commerce president - whose business and others in the area have already seen 20-30 per cent sales declines - yesterday said they were bracing for the further "devastating" effects of a planned 0.7 mile detour set to make it all but i...
Despite suggestions from Baha Mar that the government has taken sides in an ongoing dispute with its general contractor, Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday the Christie administration has negotiated in good faith and threatened to reveal his files to prove his assertion.