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AID’s $1.5m reason for ‘no Christmas stock shortages’

A major Bahamian retailer yesterday pledged there will be “no Christmas inventory shortages” despite ongoing global supply chain disruption, with $1.5m in merchandise due to arrive this month.

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Pre-COVID output ‘not good enough’

The Central Bank’s governor yesterday warned that returning to pre-COVID economic output “is not enough” as he reaffirmed forecasts that GDP will expand by 8 percent in 2022.

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Pushed to ‘brink of collapse’ through 40% cost hikes

An ex-Bahamian Contractors Association (BCA) president yesterday said many contractors are “on the brink of collapse” due to fixed-price contracts that exclude the impact of 40 percent cost hikes.

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