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Online company incorporation 'imminent'

ATTORNEY General Allyson Maynard-Gibson said yesterday that the Registrar General’s office expect to “imminently” announce its online company incorporation service, adding that the the registry was moving on its way to becoming World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) standard.

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RIU PI closing ‘imminently’ for major upgrades

The RIU Palace Paradise Island will be closing its doors for renovations “imminently”, the Ministry of Tourism’s director-general revealed yesterday.

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BTC share deal close 'imminent'

CABLE & Wireless Communications (CWC) chief executive, Phil Bentley, said yesterday that the conclusion of the ‘2 per cent of shares’ in the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) deal with the Government was “imminent”.

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Bank ‘totally discredits’ PM’s Baha Mar optimism

Baha Mar’s financier has “totally discredited” the Prime Minster’s statements insisting that a resolution for the $3.5 billion project is imminent, the Opposition’s deputy leader is arguing.

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PM WILL ‘IMMINENTLY’ ADDRESS WELLS LETTER OF INTENT CONTROVERSY

PRIME Minister Perry Christie said yesterday that he will “imminently” address the controversy surrounding Renward Wells’ signing of a letter of intent with Stellar Waste Company LTD to build a $650 million facility at the New Providence landfill.

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PM urged: Stop the ‘false hope’ over Baha Mar

The Prime Minister has been urged to stop giving Bahamians “false hope” that a Baha Mar resolution is imminent, with the $3.5 billion development unlikely to be fully open before the next general election.

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MASS STRIKE ‘IMMINENT’

A DAY after the government signed off on a wage increase for public workers, Trade Union Congress (TUC) president Obie Ferguson renewed his promise to lead workers in an “imminent” strike.

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Gov’t: Remobilisation ‘imminent’ at Baha Mar

The Government believes talks between Baha Mar’s Chinese stakeholders will lead to an “imminent remobilisation plan” and the project’s re-opening “in the shortest possible timeframe”.

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AG: Cellular licence bid launch 'imminent'

By NEIL HARTNELL

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Minister: New FATCA-Style threats 'not that imminent'

The threat from other FATCA-style tax information sharing mechanisms is “not as imminent as people think”, the Minister of Financial Services said yesterday.

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Revised Kerzner deal 'imminent'

A "CONSORTIUM" of lenders, rather than Brookfield Asset Management by itself, was last night said to be on course to "imminently" take over ownership of Kerzner International's Paradise Island resort, previous dissent from one of the 'middle' creditors having been quelled.

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Minister 'not wavering' on fast food taxation

The Minister of Health yesterday said he has “not wavered” on his recommendation for a consumption tax to be imposed on the fast-food industry, but such a policy move is “not imminent”.Dr Duane Sands told Tribune Business: “No, that’s not something t

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Gaskin a good choice

Mr Garvin Gaskin is imminently qualified to be the first person appointed to the Constitutionally established post - Independent Director of Public Prosecutions. Indubitably, he has excellent academic qualifications and intellectual prowess. Importantly, he is a man of Christian values, which were deeply imbued in him by his parents.

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PM insists resolution to the Baha Mar saga is ‘imminent’

PRIME Minister Perry Christie has said he believes the Export-Import Bank of China is prepared to present a possible buyer for the beleaguered $3.5 billion Baha Mar resort, as he declared a resolution to the Baha Mar debacle is “imminent”.

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GBPA chair: Airport sale close 'imminent'

The Grand Bahama Port Authority's (GBPA) acting chairman has confirmed that the Government's acquisition of Grand Bahama International Airport is “Imminent".

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Staff changes at ZNS

THE board of directors of the Broadcasting Corporation of the Bahamas has announced several managerial staff appointments at ZNS’ Northern Service made necessary by the imminent retirement of veteran broadcaster Byron Stubbs.

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Laundromats await hotel opening boost

Laundromats yesterday described business since the easing of COVID-19 restrictions as slow, with one owner saying the sector was expecting to get a boost from the hotel sector's imminent opening.

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Hacking clampdown

REGULATIONS clamping down on the practice of air “hacking” are imminent, Tourism and Aviation Minister Dionisio D’Aguilar revealed yesterday.

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Power woes continue to plague Harbour Island

Power disruption issues and power surges continue to plague Harbour Island causing ‘major damage’ at the island’s resorts and threatening its tourism industry, although Tribune Business understands that some remedy may be imminent as Bahamas Power & Light seeks to replace existing equipment facilitating power to the island.

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Fisheries hope for crawfish 'repeat'

Bahamian fishermen are hoping the imminent 2017-2018 crawfish season is a “repeat” of last year’s, according to the Bahamas Commercial Fishers Alliance’s (BCFA) vice-president.“Everyone is getting ready and hoping that we have a good season like we h

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