For many of you, today, and the next few days, are likely to be especially difficult. Our hearts are very heavy still heavy.
This first week of September has become a sobering time in our nation’s calendar.
While many people throughout The Bahamas were impacted one way or another, by the events of September 2019, it is you Abaconians and Grand Bahamians who are front and centre in our thoughts today.
One of the most difficult things about grief is feeling alone – feeling the world has moved on, while you are still mourning.
So it is very important to me to tell you that you are not alone. That we are with you. Bahamians across our country are right now praying with you, and for you, and for your loved ones.
Good morning. In moving its headquarters from Hong Kong to The Bahamas, FTX has started what we hope will be the beginning of a trend. We hope that more companies within the cryptocurrency and block chain spheres begin to see The Bahamas as an ideal destination for their operations. I believe that the relocation of the […]
More than $105 million provided in VAT, Customs duties and excise tax waivers to islands devasted by Hurricane Dorian
HOPE TOWN, Abaco – Since Hurricane Dorian in 2019, more than $105 million in tax concessions have been provided under the Special Economic Recovery Zone (SERZ) in VAT, Customs duties and excise tax waivers, said Prime Minister and Minister Finance the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis. The SERZ relief order was enacted following Hurricane Dorian […]