October 23, 2019
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GRAND Bahama Chamber of Commerce president Greg Laroda says the reopening of some businesses on the island is “a huge step,” as many are on “life support right now.”
Still reeling from Hurricane Dorian last year, Grand Bahama’s economy faces a significant setback due to the tourism slowdown brought on by COVID-19.
The Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce’s president yesterday voiced fears that the island’s supply chain will be “seriously impacted” if Balearia joins the Grand Celebration in suspending voyages. Gregory LaRoda told Tribune Business that the potentia
GRAND Bahama Chamber of Commerce boss Greg Laroda is calling for major stakeholders here to come together to develop a “generational” plan for the island’s recovery, and its battered economy following Dorian.
The Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce has slammed the confusion surrounding how the post-Dorian Economic Recovery Zones and their tax breaks, which took effect yesterday, will work. Greg LaRoda, the GB Chamber’s president, in a statement sent to Trib
Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce chairman Gregory Laroda welcomed the move by government to make $10m available to help businesses after Hurricane Dorian - but doubted that it would be matched by the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA).