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Wednesday, March 01 2017 @ 01:53 PM AST

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Atlantis Resort in The Bahamas employs 7,763, paid out US$290 million in salaries in 2016

The Bahamas Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Perry Christie told businesspersons and stakeholders attending Bahamas Business Outlook at Melia Nassau Beach Resort on Monday (Jan. 23) that that the remobilization of the Baha Mar Resort is well underway and the project will open in phases with the golf course, convention centre, casino and hotel in a soft opening by April.
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Grenada says unemployment down to 28% from 40%

Grenada's Government says it’s making gains in driving down youth unemployment in the country.

Youth Minister Roland Bhola says the Keith Mitchell led administration has found employment for nearly 4000 young people since it was elected four years ago.

Bhola was responding to a question posed by a local journalist during Tuesday’s post cabinet news briefing.

The previous National democratic Congress hired roughly 1000 young people under a programme when it was in government.

Since assuming office the government has been able to slash unemployment from 40 percent down to 28 percent.

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Trinidad & Tobago Gov't cancels out $370m savings to fund 'manifesto pledge'

The Government of Trinidad & Tobago cancelled out $370 million savings from reduced gas subsidy expenditure, thanks to lower oil prices, by spending the exact amount on a 'manifesto pledge' to raise pension ceilings last fiscal year, Finance Minister Colm Imbert confirmed in Parliament in Port of Spain today.

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Trump Era Begins: USA's Q4 GDP to show loss of momentum

STIFEL Economic Commentary

January 23, 2017:

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Grenada calls on population to help stop increase in Gastroenteritis "Gastro" cases

From the Grenada Government: