December 20, 2015
Sir Franklyn Wilson
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A leading businessman yesterday warned that a forced renationalisation of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) will “do more harm than good” for this nation.Sir Franklyn Wilson, pictured, who led the Christie administration’s negotiations to
A prominent businessman yesterday said there was a disconnect between WTO-type policy decisions and how they “translate into an improved quality of life” for most Bahamians.
RoyalStar Assurance and its Trinidadian partner are targeting a Caribbean acquisition that is expected to close before year-end 2019 as part of a regional expansion strategy.
FOCOL Holdings chairman yesterday revealed that its share buyback was launched because it “can’t believe” investors place so little value on a stock that consistently delivers healthy profits.
Sir Franklyn Wilson yesterday voiced fears about renewed “tardiness” relating to VAT refunds, warning that the issue “could shake” still-fragile business and investor confidence.
Sir Franklyn Wilson says there is “a high possibility” that Atlantis may undergo a change in ownership in 2019, describing this as a “significant” investment boost for The Bahamas.
Sir Franklyn Wilson, pictured, yesterday pledged that the Privy Council’s rejection of his development company’s claim to 2,086 acres “in no way changes our plans and commitment” to South Eleuthera.
Arawak Homes’ chairman yesterday said the company’s two decade-plus battle with the Government over compulsorily acquired land epitomised the “injustice” suffered by thousands of Bahamians.
The Bahamas' consumer loan "madness" is making sustainable economic development impossible, as more than nine out of every 10 credit applications fall into this category.