The Economy of the Bahamas growing by a minimum 5.0% GDP annually so that this economy can absorb a greater percentage of the high school and college graduates every year with better paying jobs and put a dent in the Brain drain and reduce the unemployment rate.. .
Posted 1 July 2019, 3:42 p.m.
Since Aliv is already onboard with Hauwei. Their transition to 5G will be much more cost effective as compared to BTC . Every technology they are installing during the build out of their network is in preparation for the next big innovative upgrade to 5G . Having Hauwei as a partner (the world leader in 5G technology that even Trump and America is affraid of because they are eating US 5G companies lunch) Will mean they will leap frog BTC shortly and hopefully their financials will significantly turn around and the share holders will see some profits as they pay down a substantial portion of their depth. I would put my money on Aliv compared to BTC anyday. .
Posted 26 June 2019, 4:43 p.m.
Like Bob Marley songs say "Get up Stand up, Stand up for your rights" ...." Every little thing is gonna be all right" ...if not its gonna be "War" ..." Every where is War" ...War ...so ..."stir it up %% ...Stir it up " % "Its been a long long time"
Posted 26 June 2019, 8:29 a.m.
It is safe to say the BPL has Fusion in a state of Confusion
Posted 26 June 2019, 7:20 a.m.
Even the great USA has a huge problem with their infrastructure maintenance plan and thats a first world country. "Bridges across the United States are deteriorating, and a new report estimates it will take more than 80 years to fix all of them. More than 47,000 bridges in the United States are in crucial need of repairs, says the American Road and Transportation Builders Association, or ARTBA" The roads are also a big problem...with two trillion dollars needed presently for road repair according to 2019 estimates. The Dems with the house majority are not letting Trump push through any new infrastructure repair plan so the problem in the Bahamas mirrors that of the USA with our budget constraints.
Posted 25 June 2019, 8:22 a.m.
**"suggested government’s in the Caribbean should consider providing some form of micro-insurance solutions "**
There is no end to the Insurance industry greed. What an ridiculous suggestion....smt
Posted 19 June 2019, 5:43 a.m.
Yep Yep .....the Snake and his company has bitten another Bahamian subdivision, just as he has done with pinewood gardens, Nassau Village, Sir LOP estates,Eleuthera properties ltd and many others...smt.
Posted 13 June 2019, 4:07 p.m.
Neil Hartnell must be on vacation this week. For the last two days the Business news has been below the standard we have come to expect from the Tribune....smt
Posted 12 June 2019, 3:26 p.m.
Malcolm showing his PLP colors as usual. Sit back and watch the ship of state get right sized and turned in the right direction. The 40 year drunkin sailor spending party is over.
Posted 3 June 2019, 5:20 p.m.
Failure as a politician, Failure as a Business man, Give the youth a chance. SMT
Posted 3 June 2019, 3:40 p.m.
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