One of the giveaways that we became so accustomed with from the outgoing Government was concerning the substantial arrears of unpaid Real Property Tax — some $600m on personal properties.
Credit to the private sector continued its “long-term decline” during the COVID-19 pandemic to drop below a sum equivalent to 50 percent of GDP, Moody’s has revealed.
The Bahamas has returned to pre-hurricane gross domestic product (GDP) levels between four to eight months after each of the last four major storms struck this nation, a study has found.
THE Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas has denied allegations it had an unfair policy of refusing advertisements from the Progressive Liberal Party before the general election.
The Davis administration’s pledge to slash the VAT rate to 10 percent has been undermined by Moody’s downgrade of The Bahamas’ creditworthiness, Tribune Business was told yesterday.
The Wynn Group yesterday said the “phones are ringing non-stop” with buyer inquiries on its Goodman’s Bay project as it targets $160m in total sales at full build-out.
THE government has promised to increase pensions for the elderly and raise benefits for the disabled community as a part of its plan to improve social assistance.
This Covid-19 pandemic, which seems intent on cleansing an over populated planet, has presented many problems for humanity.
ON the eve of the 2017 election, the Royal Bahamas Police Force promoted 851 officers under the then PLP government.
PRIME Minister Philip “Brave” Davis has revealed that his government will follow a “servant-leadership” concept, saying “we have all seen how the rule by one man has damaged our country”.
PRIME Minister and Minister of Finance Philip “Brave” Davis said his administration is “assessing” the country’s debt arrangements and will seek to negotiate where necessary to avoid default.
As NBA franchises enter training camp, players took the opportunity to reflect on their offseasons and project what’s next to come on the upcoming campaign.
Aliv’s top executive yesterday said August was the highest revenue-generating month in the mobile operator’s history as it bids to dominate market share by end-June 2022.
Environmental activists yesterday urged the Davis administration to impose a total ban on oil drilling in Bahamian waters after an explorer confirmed it has still to settle outstanding licence fees due to the Government.
The Bahamas was yesterday said to have exceeded last year’s electric vehicle sales in the first nine months of 2021, having produced the world’s eighth largest year-over-year increase during COVID-19’s peak.
An outspoken QC was yesterday optimistic that an upcoming Privy Council case may set legal precedent over tactics employed by the Government and developers to “scuttle” court challenges.
The Securities Commission’s executive director yesterday said its legislative DARE has received “a huge vote of confidence” through attracting a major crypto currency exchange to The Bahamas.