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CHTA Committed to Working With US President-Elect Trump

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The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association is “committed” to working with new United States President Elect Donald Trump, it said in a communique issued this week.

“We wish you great success in your presidency and look forward to working with the United States government towards making tourism a far greater force to the benefit of our industry and the people of the Caribbean and the United States of America,” wrote CHTA President Karolin Troubetzkoy and CEO Frank Comito in the letter to Trump.

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Central Bank Governor Assesses Matthew Impact

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Governor of The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) John Rolle said the regulator’s concerns about the Bahamian economy in the wake of Hurricane Matthew are “relieved” for several reasons that relate to tourism, reinsurance inflows and net foreign currency inflows from the remobilization of Baha Mar.

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Tru Tru Bahamian Festival Moved to February

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In order to give you the “tru tru” Bahamian experience, organizers of the Tru Tru Bahamian Festival have decided to move the highly anticipated event to next year.

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BHTA Chief Becomes Top Caribbean Hotelier

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Bahamian hotelier, Stuart Bowe, has been named the 2016 Caribbean Hotelier of the Year by the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA).

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BHTA: Majority Of Tourism Plant Fared Well

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The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) last night confirmed that most tourist properties throughout The Bahamas suffered relatively minor damage, with the exception of properties in Grand Bahama and Andros. The BHTA said New Providence properties reported some roof damage, significant damage to landscaping and in certain cases, issues with water intrusion. The association also reported that some marinas were significantly damaged.

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