Lyford Cay International School (LCIS) graduates were encouraged to focus on what is important, and cut out the noise as they move forward into the next stage of their life by Vikram Gandhi founder of VSG Capital Advisors Pvt Ltd and founder of Asha Impact.
I’m sure that just about all of my valued readers, wherever in the world you may be, have heard that well-known saying which goes like this, “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” No it certainly wasn’t. This saying simply makes us aware of the fact
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The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) contends that while the fiscal reforms identified in the Christie administration’s medium-term fiscal framework may reduce the primary deficit and stabilize public debt at current levels, those reforms will not be sufficient for debt reduction over the medium term.
The assertion was
Shadow Finance Minister and Deputy Free National Movement Leader Peter Turnquest has accused the government of what he said amounts to extortion because of the way it taxes licensed businesses. The same sort of double-taxation, he alleges, is applied to customs duty.
Turnquest pointed out that
Financial Services Minister Hope Strachan has asserted that while predicting the degree to which there will be any fallout in The Bahamas’ trading relationship with Britain and the European Union following the so-called “Brexit” is difficult, the decision does not currently affect The Bahamas’ participation in
Leader of Opposition Business in the Senate Carl Bethel attacked the government’s decision to oppose recognition of the Baha Mar Chapter 11 proceedings by the Supreme Court of The Bahamas, charging that the government’s intervention in the affair was “ruinous”.
He added that the government should
Chairman of the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers’ Confederation Gowon Bowe said that there is as much opportunity as there are threats for The Bahamas from Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU).
Britons on Thursday last week, in an historic referendum, voted to leave
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) experts urged the Bahamian public to offer input on the act before the deadline for public consultation on July 15.
One of those experts stressed that funding for the bill is a major concern that should be formally outlined, and recommended
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