December 7, 2012
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The developers behind a $6 billion project have been forced into a fortnight’s postponement of a key meeting with Prime Minister Perry Christie, but remain “highly confident” they can “put everything on the table” to satisfy the Government.
The $225 million World Mart project headed by Nassau-based investor, Ken Hutton, is making the switch from Freeport to east Grand Bahama, having been “incorporated” into the proposed $7.5 billion Blackwood Pointe Resort & Spa.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie has met with former High Rock MP Kenneth Russell and the same investment team that played a part in his resignation from the Cabinet under the Ingraham administration.
A FORMER National Insurance Minister has weighed in on the discord surrounding the National Insurance Board, stating Chairman Gregory Moss should have been suspended pending the results of the government’s investigation.