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Bahamas Financial News Summary - Apr 2005
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Fig Tree News TeamFor the complete story, please see http://www.bfsb-bahamas.com

Bahamian Economy Showing Positive Trends

The Nassau Conference Draws Large Industry Turnout

The Bahamas Tops Caribbean in Wall Street Journal Survey

The Bahamas Passes Anti Terrorism Legislation

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Bahamian Economy Showing Positive Trends

Macro-economic indicators over the past year reflect positive trends in the Bahamian Economy according to Senator, the Hon. James Smith, Minister of State for Finance. Minister Smith says major foreign direct investment projects will lead to expanded opportunities for growth and employment in the local ...

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The Nassau Conference Draws Large Industry Turnout

More than 135 delegates attended The Nassau Conference 2005 which featured a broad range of topical presentations and dynamic international and local speakers.The Conference drew heavily from the local financial services industry, but was also attended by a number of international delegates, attracted ...

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The Bahamas Tops Caribbean in Wall Street Journal Survey

A Wall Street Journal survey ranks The Bahamas as the most economically free nation in the Caribbean for 2005. The Wall Street Journalís Index of Economic Freedom, undertaken in conjunction with The Heritage Foundation, ranked The Bahamas 25th out of 149 nations, ahead of all other Caribbean nations ...

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The Bahamas Passes Anti Terrorism Legislation

The Bahamas has introduced a new Anti-Terrorism Act that supports wide-ranging international measures calling for the suppression of terrorist financing and improved international cooperation.The Anti-Terrorism Act 2004 is designed to work in conjunction with existing Bahamian legislation such as the ...

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