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Bahamas Monitoring Haiti Earthquake....

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As a precaution, a Tsunami Watch was issued earlier today for The Bahamas following a 7.0 earthquake in Haiti and reportedly has now been lifted.  The Bahamas Meteorological Department and NEMA (the National Emergency Management Agency) are closely monitoring the southern islands this evening to determine what if any impact will be felt and is in close communication with the Ministry of Tourism.  Should the monitoring show any cause for concern we will advise accordingly. 

We advise that assurances be given to guests and potential guests. 

There should be be no cause for panic.

 

Baha Mar To Create Bahamas Jobs

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The number of Chinese workers being brought in to work on the Baha Mar project is irrelevant, former Chamber head Dionisio D'Aguilar has told The Nassau Guardian, given the much-needed psychological boost it will provide businesses.

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Baha Mar Hotels Open Due To Family Funding

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Baha Mar's two existing Cable Beach resorts are only still open because their owner's family has used their own money to cover "significant multi-million dollar losses", particularly over the last two years, something that has made the Izmirlians the "largest private investor in the history of the Bahamas".
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Revenue Up Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort

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Starwood yesterday said its Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort at Cable Beach had seen a 10 per cent revenue increase in 2009, and confirmed to Tribune Business its brands were still committed to the delayed $2.6 billion Baha Mar project.
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Bahamas To Waive Visas For Three More Countries

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Three more nations will soon no longer need visas to enter The Bahamas as the government seeks to encourage international trade and travel in 2010.
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