September 5, 2022
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Branville: ‘it’s time for action’ on shanty towns
BRANVILLE McCartney, a former state minister for immigration, called on both political parties to “stop all the committees”, saying that it is time for action on shanty towns.
Bran: Price control switch ends pharmacy ‘beating’
The Democratic National Alliance’s (DNA) former leader yesterday gave “thanks to God” that the pharmaceutical industry’s lower-margin price control regime has ended, adding: “We took a little bit of a beating on that.”
Bran: New pharmaceutical price controls are ‘a stretch’
A former Democratic National Alliance (DNA) leader yesterday said coping with the pharmaceutical industry’s new price control regime was “certainly a stretch” as it had left his family’s business operating at a loss.
Bran ‘confident’ pharmacy price control deal workable
The Democratic National Alliance’s (DNA) former leader last night said he “has every confidence the compromise is sustainable” after the pharmaceutical industry struck a deal with the Government to end their price control dispute.
Progress in pharmacy price controls dispute
Bahamian pharmacies and the Government were last night said to have made progress in resolving their price control dispute as one operator rejected the Prime Minister’s assertion that savings are not being passed on to consumers.
Pharmacies reopen with PM meeting set for 4pm
Private pharmacies will reopen this morning after the Government relented and agreed to a meeting between the Prime Minister and industry representatives today to address the price control dispute.
Bran: Medicine price controls are ‘back door’ VAT admission
The Democratic National Alliance’s (DNA) ex-leader yesterday slammed the imposition of price controls on the pharmaceutical industry as a “back door” admission by the Government that reimposing VAT on medicines was a mistake.
BPL or roadworks? Bran’s $100k IT ‘hell’
A former Democratic National Alliance (DNA) leader says his law firm is trying to determine whether BPL or the Village Road roadworks is to blame for an incident that “fried” its IT servers, computers, Internet and cable TV services.
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