BEIJING (AP) — China on Tuesday announced a tariff hike on $60 billion of U.S. products in response to President Donald Trump's latest duty increase in a dispute over Beijing's technology policy.
The announcement followed a warning by an American business group that a "downward spiral"
Continuing with the coaching clinics in the deep south, a trio of coaches from the capital said that they are enthused with the interest shown, pleased with the progress already made, and optimistic about the future.
The Bahamas Association of Athletic Coaches (BAAC) started its out
Surrounded by cheering well-wishers waving Bahamian flags, Olympic gold medalist and Diamond League winner Shaunae Miller-Uibo arrived at the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture for a courtesy call on the new minister, Lanisha Rolle. She was greeted by Junkanoo music and a bevy of supporters.
I was sitting in R.H. Sports Lounge on Sunday past, with the option to watch practically every game that was being played on the National Football League (NFL) schedule. The atmosphere was enjoyable; the comradeship compelling and nostalgic in some instances; and afforded was a
KISSIMMEE, Florida — The University of The Bahamas (UB) Mingoes men’s soccer team scored a goal, created many opportunities and turned in some brilliant defensive plays during a weekend tour in Florida, but still lost matches to Florida College and Johnson University.
The Mingoes lost 4-1 to Johnson
Are you one of those people that continuously puts off going to the gym or pulls out of your commitment to your friends to join them for a weekly jog?
Do you try rationalize why you can’t exercise with mundane and played out excuses? We’ve heard them all
There’s a great program on Fox on Sunday evenings called ‘OBJECTified’ with host Harvey Levin. Harvey’s past guest was the legendary Magic Johnson, who not only contributed in the field of basketball, playing of course for Los Angeles Lakers, but has also been very successful
The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) is formulating a plan to increase commercial banks’ confidence in lending, CBOB Governor John Rolle said yesterday, adding that he finds bank lending could “stand to be larger” while still being prudent for the lending institutions.
Rolle said CBOB
The government is hoping to identify skill sets and certifications that are needed for the jobs of the future so that it can reduce the dependency on foreign workers, stimulate economic growth and reduce unemployment, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said yesterday.
Minnis, who spoke at the
The government has asked The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) to find solutions as soon as possible to have more Bahamians participate in the financial sector, especially when it comes to solutions based on new technology.
Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest, who was speaking at yesterday’s Bahamas AML/CFT Risk