Family Islands of The Bahamas like Andros, Bimini, Grand Bahama, Eleuthera, Exuma, Cat Island, Inagua, and Mayaguana tend to have fluctuating economic stability despite their natural beauty and unique attractions. The popular belief among Bahamians is that the necessary foreign investment to build mega-resorts like Atlantis always goes to Nassau, so these economies … [Read more...] about Growing the Tourism Industry in the Bahamas’ Family Islands: A Backpacker’s Market?
Bahamas: Energy Market Overview The Commonwealth of the Bahamas comprises about 700 islands and cays, 30 of which are inhabited, and is home to a population of 338,000. More than two thirds of the population resides in the capital city of Nassau on the island of New Providence. Like the economies of most Caribbean island states, the Bahamas’ economy is disproportionately … [Read more...] about Bahamas’ Energy Market
On September 26th, 2013, stakeholders from all cross-sections of Bahamian society met to discuss the importance of national-level development planning, particularly as it concerns small island states. The notion of a national-level planning conference began with the signing of a technical co-operation: ‘Strengthening Intuitional Capacity of the office of the Prime Minister’ … [Read more...] about The Bahamas hosts first National Development Conference for Small Island States