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Govt Hopes To Cut Business Start-Up Process To Under Seven Days

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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest said his government is hoping to cut the process of starting a business down to less than five to seven days by creating a “one-stop shop” that will carry out the processes required to have a properly licensed business.

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PM Outlines Plans For BAMSI

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The government’s plans for the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) will enable the Andros facility to focus on the production of select quality products for local and export markets, according to Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis.

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Minnis Pledges To Revitalize Nassau, Boost Tourism

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Highlighting that more diversification is needed in the tourism industry, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis promised to revitalize Nassau and construct a native food market Over-the-Hill as part of his strategic plan to boost the economy and promote culture.

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Bahamians Leading The Way At Atlantis

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Atlantis, Paradise Island is pleased to announce that for the first time in the mega-resort’s history, Bahamians are at the helm of all hotel operations. This announcement is in line with the vision of President & Managing Director Howard Karawan of “Bahamianizing” the world-famous property.

“Recognizing that our guests want and expect more of an authentic Bahamian experience when they come to stay with us, we’ve decided to move into a new era of Atlantis and, as we’ve always believed, our amazing Bahamian associates are at the heart of our success. We are proud to say that hotel operations are in good hands and being run by two extremely talented Bahamians,” said Karawan, adding, “While our mission is to further the futures of all Bahamians, make no mistake, Russell Miller and Stuart Bowe are in these positions because they are truly the best there is and have earned these leadership positions. I hold them both up as two of the finest hoteliers in the industry, anywhere.”

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Kenria Taylor Snags Caribbean Junior Chef Of The Year Title

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The youngest member and the most experienced members of the 2017 Taste of the Caribbean team returned home triumphant, each awarded a gold medal at the regional culinary competition, with one picking up an all-important category win.

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