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Kai Jones assigned to NBA’s G-League

KAI Jones and his fellow 2021 NBA Draft Class of the Charlotte Hornets were all assigned to the NBA G League after playing sparingly through the first 13 games of the NBA season.

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Bahamas ‘can’t lose sight’ of real G7 goal

The Bahamas “cannot lose sight of the fact” that G-7 members and other high-tax European states want “to wipe out” international financial centres (IFC) such as this nation, a prominent accountant warned yesterday.

In NBA’s G-League, Kai Jones has career high 30 points

KAI Jones continues to put up dominant numbers in the G-League with the Charlotte Hornets affiliate Greensboro Swarm.

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Kai Jones back in NBA G League

KAI Jones has fluctuated between the Charlotte Hornets’ main roster and the G-League affiliate Greensboro Swarm for much of the season.

Bahamas can’t be ‘burnt’ over 15% corporate taxes

The government yesterday pledged it will not be bullied by this weekend’s 15 percent minimum global corporate tax deal amid warnings that The Bahamas cannot afford to be “burnt” by any knee-jerk response.

Private sector hire aids Dorian debris oversight

The Disaster Reconstruction Authority (DRA) says it has hired Abaco based J&G Pavers to manage the Green Turtle Cay debris management site.

Neutrality boost if ‘get ahead of G-20’

THE Bahamas can become a “neutral” venue for deal structuring and other major transactions “if we can get ahead of the curve” on the latest tax avoidance crackdown, a prominent banker argued yesterday.

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Bahamas and all IFCs to feel tax compliance pinch

An attorney writes that this nation is being pushed to implement a 'low tax' regime

The past decade has witnesses an historically significant increase in international tax compliance measures.

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‘Shell billions show corporate tax need’

A Bahamian financial services provider yesterday argued this nation should not use global demands for a 15 percent minimum corporate tax rate “as a marker” after Ireland refused to budge from its lower regime.

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‘Stop crying as if we are the victim’

The Bahamas “must stop crying as if we are the victim” and instead “aggressively” reform its tax system to compete under a 15 percent minimum global corporate levy, a top banker argued yesterday.

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Ex-AG: ‘No cause to panic’ over 15% tax

An ex-attorney general yesterday reassured that The Bahamas has “no cause to panic” over the 15 percent global minimum corporate tax rate agreed by world’s powerful nations at the weekend.

Waste station being developed at Green Turtle Cay

A MODERN transfer waste station is being developed through the J&G Pavers accelerated project in Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, for proper and efficient debris management in that community.

Kai Jones recalled to Hornets

Kai Jones completed a dominant rookie season in the NBA G-League with the Greensboro Swarm and was recalled to the Charlotte Hornets following the season finale.

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‘Don’t be dictated to’ by 15% corporate tax

The Bahamas “shouldn’t be waiting for someone to dictate to us” and must act now on tax and Business Licence reform ahead of the global push to a minimum 15 percent corporate tax.

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Passengers hurt after ferry ran aground

MORE than a dozen passengers received minor injuries when a ferry boat they were on ran aground in waters near Man-O-War Cay, Abaco, on Sunday evening.

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Scores flock to gymnasium to get their vaccinations

SCORES of people flocked to the Kendal G L Isaacs Gymnasium yesterday hoping to get vaccinated against COVID-19 amid dwindling supplies of the vaccine.

Bahamian insurer: Too early on corporate tax

A major Bahamian insurer yesterday said it was too early to predict whether the industry will be impacted by the G-20 drive for a 15 percent minimum global corporate tax rate.

Knowles top scorer for second game in a row

DANRAD Knowles continues to have an immediate impact on his Agrupación Deportiva Cantbasket 04 Santander club in Spain.

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Swift Athletics track club joins in worship at Holy Spirit

IN their continued effort to give God thanks before and during the track and field season, the Swift Athletics Track Club returned to church where they worshipped at Holy Spirit on Sunday.

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‘Don’t let IMF drag us into income taxation’

The Bahamas must not permit the likes of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to “drag us” into imposing income taxes that “don’t make sense”, a former finance minister argued yesterday.