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Ruffin speaks
While acknowledging that the current Baha Mar crisis is not his fight, former owner of the Cable Beach properties Phil Ruffin told National Review he always thought the multi-billion-dollar Baha Mar project was too big for The Bahamas and was not sur...
Gomez raises conflict concerns
Managing Partner of Grant Thornton Paul Andy Gomez has written the Bahamas Institute of Chartered Accountants (BICA) and copied international institutes of chartered accountants raising concern that auditors from PricewaterhouseCoopers might face a c...
Doubts along the way
Sarkis Izmirlian’s path to the fulfillment of his Baha Mar dream has been a long and arduous one, stretching well over a decade. His relationship with the government of The Bahamas has been challenging in many instances. In 2006, when he determin...
Following Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis’ tabling of a new report into the Small Homes Repairs Programme (SHRP), one user on Facebook remarked that a third audit was needed to “break the tie”. It was a reference to the fact that the ...
Source: New PHA audit confirms Bain’s finding
The auditors hired by the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) to conduct yet another audit of the PHA arrived at the same conclusion that UHY Bain and Associates did more than a year ago: At the end of 2013, there was a $10 million difference in pharmac...
There’s goodness in everyone
I was listening to a Minister being interviewed on The Spiritual Living Radio Network recently, and she was talking about the vital need to love everyone regardless of their actual behavior. She went even further by stating that we need to learn to l...
Game changer
China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) is expected to apply to a bankruptcy court in Delaware today to have Baha Mar’s order struck out. Meanwhile, Baha Mar is expected to seek another adjournment today when the parties meet in t...
Inside the talks
Members of the Bahamian delegation engaged in negotiations last week over the stalled Baha Mar project had two options in mind when they landed in Beijing. The first was to help broker an agreement between the embattled developer and his Chinese part...
CEXIM Bank speaks
Baha Mar’s lender, the Export-Import Bank of China (CEXIM), has described as “drastic and unnecessary” the step taken by the developer to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. An affidavit filed by Mo YanPing, assistant general manager of...
Running out of time
A recent declaration by Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis that there will be no FNM convention this year has left some within the party intensifying their efforts to ensure that there will be a convention. Minnis has said one is ...
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