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Progress In Baha Mar's Loan Discussions

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BAHA Mar and Scotiabank were last night said to be "close" to a resolution over the latter's $170 million syndicated loan that financed the developer's acquisition of the existing Cable Beach properties, sources close to the situation telling Tribune Business that "tremendous progress" had been made.
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2010 Business Development Seminar

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Under this year's theme - "Business Unusual: Creativity and Innovation" - The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and The US Embassy is proud to present the 6th Annual Business Development Seminar Wednesday, May 5th 2010 at the British Colonial Hilton Hotel beginning at 8:30am.

Headlining this year's event is former NBA superstar Earvin "Magic" Johnson, music mogul Steve Stoute and economist Mike Bryant of the Federal Reserve.

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April 30 Deadline for 2010 Tourism Scholarship Applications

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Over the past five years over 32 hotel industry scholarships valued at over $100,000 have been awarded to Bahamian students, thanks to the collaborative efforts of the hotel sector and BHA's work with an industry regional scholarship programs.  The Bahamas Hotel Association and its partner organizations, the Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union, and the Bahamas Hotel Employers Association, are seeking applicants for scholarships available to students and employees wishing to further their education in tourism-related studies.
 
BHA is presently soliciting applicants for the Industry Partners Pat Bain Scholarships. The deadline for submitting applications is Friday, April 30th. 

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Tourism Aims For More Family Island Airlift

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Negotiations are underway to get even more airlift into the Family Islands, Guardian Business has learned, with recent discussions held between Tourism and Continental Airlines on getting direct airlift into that troubled market.
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Bahamas Hotels May Fully Recover By Year End

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The Bahamian hotel industry should be "at least 50 per cent of the way" to returning to pre-2008 Wall Street crash numbers by year-end if it maintains current performance trends, the Bahamas Hotel Association's (BHA) president telling Tribune Business the organisation had made several proposals to mitigate the impact of any rise in electricity tariffs.
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