Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis expressed shock at the government’s “unprecedented” level of borrowing and rebuked the government for its attack on the Christie administration.
“The budget statement should be an outline of the legislative measures which the government plans to take to improve the revenue
Turnquest said former govt mismanaged finances
Central Bank reports country’s deficit over $300 million for first eight months
As Bank of The Bahamas (BOB) faces intense scrutiny and a forensic audit, the new government has appointed a new chairman and deputy chairman to the board of the majority government-owned bank.
In his role as the first press secretary for The Bahamas government, Anthony Newbold
The Free National Movement (FNM) government’s recent move to switch from a bilateral to a multilateral approach for tax reporting, has “significantly reduced” the risk of The Bahamas being blacklisted once again, said Senior Partner at McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes Brian Moree.
Earlier this week, the
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) indicated that it has no plans to make any changes to its staff complement in the near future, even as it competes with the country’s newest mobile provider, Aliv, for subscribers.
As BTC’s market share erodes, as Aliv and BTC had
Leading health agencies are encouraging Caribbean countries, including The Bahamas, to levy taxes on final sale prices for unhealthy products such as tobacco and alcoholic and sweetened beverages in an effort to reduce the economic costs of treating noncommunicable diseases.
In a statement issued yesterday by
Minister of Labour Dion Foulkes met with senior executives of the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers’ Confederation (BCCEC) at his ministry on Thursday, May 25, 2017. Foulkes, who was joined by the permanent secretary in his ministry, David Davis, pledged the government’s commitment to
He and Rashield Williams will represent The Bahamas at the AMBC Boxing Championships
The upcoming National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I men’s basketball season could prove to be a real test of patience and focus for five-star recruit DeAndre Ayton.
For the last three years, the 7’1” big man has dominated high school leagues around the United States