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Renewable Energy Training Plan For The Bahamas

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The winner of an Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) funded contract to install alternative energy technologies in several Bahamian homes has pledged to employ "a fully Bahamian workforce" and train others to work in the sector, unveiling plans to for launching an "accredited renewable energy school" accessible from this nation.
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Baha Mar Eyeing Multiple Hotel Brands

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BAHA Mar is vetting four different hotel brands after axing its plan to include four Starwood-branded resortsin its $2.6 billion Cable Beach redevelopment, its president saying they could know in a matter of weeks which brands will be chosen.
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Baha Mar Construction To Start 'Before Year End'

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BAHA Mar yesterday expressed hope the Bahamian government would provide the necessary approvals "as expeditiously as possible" to allow construction on the $2.6 billion Cable Beach redevelopment to begin later this year, as it continues negotiations with Scotiabank over the latter's $170-$180 million bridging loan.
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Bahamas Hotels Close To Recovery

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THE Bahamian resort industry wants to see business levels comparable to 2008 numbers "sustained for two-three quarters" before declaring it has truly recovered, the Bahamas Hotel Association's (BHA) president telling Tribune Business that while July and August were unlikely to match June numbers, continued improvement upon 2009 comparatives was expected.
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BahamaHost Program Expands

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THE BAHAMAHOST programme is extending its reach to every business in the Bahamas in order to increase the level of service across all sectors of the economy, it was announced yesterday.
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