For the past few years the National Insurance Board (NIB) has seen a growth in expenditure in the area of benefits being paid out, leaving a $5 million deficit per annum, the board’s new Director Nicola Virgill-Rolle said last week. Virgill-Rolle, who was speaking at the the Counsellors Limited’s Abaco Business
The Small Business Development Centre (SBDC) had full classes yesterday, its first day in operation since officially opening last week. The center’s Executive Director Davinia
The Bahamas Development Bank (BDB) is planning to explore the potential of the Cascarilla plant, with the hope of expanding the industry and growing new
The Bahamas has the best track record for moving Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) projects from the approval stage to eligibility. The Bank’s “Better Spending for Better
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The Bahamas has officially relaunched its process for accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) at the Third Meeting of the Working Party in Geneva,
Top executives of Disney Cruise Line are scheduled to come to The Bahamas to lobby for the purchase of Lighthouse Point at the southern tip
Government policy in regard to public-private partnerships (PPP) is overly bureaucratic and stymies innovation in its language on unsolicited proposals, according to President of the Grand
The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) officially opened on Thursday and begins connecting advisors with entrepreneurs today. SBDC Executive Director Davinia Blair said training sessions for
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL) Vice President Russell Benford had no idea what to expect when he crossed a narrow one-lane bridge at the end
Consumer dollars are not stretching as far in this post-value added tax (VAT) increase economy, according to one economic stakeholder, who said while Bahamians are
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