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Baha Mar's Claim Against Harrah's Is Meritless

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A New York judge has delivered a seeming knock-out blow to Baha Mar's legal action against Harrah's Entertainment over their collapsed $2.6 billion Cable Beach joint venture, dismissing the developer's breach of contract, fraud and negligent misrepresentation claims, and branding as "meritless" a key part of its case against the gaming giant.

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Tourist Slams New $10 Tax Proposal

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The suggestion of adding $10 onto ticket prices to The Bahamas and to the Caribbean is being protested by a frequent flyer to the islands, who argues the move could cripple this nation's tourism industry further.
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Baha Mar Closer To Closing China Deal

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Baha Mar has resolved the last remaining commercial issues with its prospective financing partner for the $2.6 billion Cable Beach redevelopment, Tribune Business was informed last night, the developer now moving towards finalising the legal documents and presenting the finished plans to the Government.

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Atlantis Resort Bookings Up 25%

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Atlantis' room bookings are up near 25 per cent year-over-year for January, the resort's senior executive said yesterday, despite group bookings showing no sign of a short-term turnaround.

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Bahamasair To Restructure

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Talks are underway about a key restructure of the air fleet of Bahamasair, which could unlock new routes and expanded services.

The Nassau Guardian understands that dialogue is currently taking place between staff, management and the board of the national airline of The Bahamas, and the government on what should happen next with Bahamasair's fleet.
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