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The Bahamas Investor – July 2010 Press release

This issue looks at some of the players behind key foreign direct investment projects in the island nation. On the cover, one of the region's youngest chief executive officers and heir to the Sandals resorts empire, Adam Stewart, talks about the hotel chain's latest acquisition on Great Exuma. The 30-year-old Jamaican has overseen the multi-million dollar "Sandalization" of the former Four Seasons resort to create a luxury, couples only, all-inclusive island getaway, replete with butler service, infinity pool and acres of pristine beachfront. 

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Thursday, July 1, 2010
Thursday, July 1, 2010

THE BAHAMAS INVESTOR – JULY 2010 PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

NEW FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT MAKES WAY TO BAHAMIAN SHORES

(Nassau, The Bahamas, July 1) – Etienne Dupuch Publications Ltd. has announced the publication of the July 2010 issue of The Bahamas Investor–the jurisdiction’s primary source for business and investment information.


This issue looks at some of the players behind key foreign direct investment projects in the island nation. On the cover, one of the region’s youngest chief executive officers and heir to the Sandals resorts empire, Adam Stewart, talks about the hotel chain’s latest acquisition on Great Exuma. The 30-year-old Jamaican has overseen the multi-million dollar “Sandalization” of the former Four Seasons resort to create a luxury, couples only, all-inclusive island getaway, replete with butler service, infinity pool and acres of pristine beachfront.

Also in this issue we take a look at one of the world’s fastest growing economies, China, and how it is becoming one of the largest investors in The Bahamas. The Asian economic powerhouse is gifting the jurisdiction a $100 million sports stadium, extending a substantial, low-interest loan for infrastructure development, and underpinning the construction and financing of the multi-billion dollar Baha Mar resort project on New Providence. We examine some of the finer points of these developments, the ins and outs of doing business with the Chinese, and what mutual benefits can be derived from bilateral exchanges of this nature.

The July 2010 Bahamas Investor also includes stories on the benefits of corporate mentoring, investor altruism in The Bahamas and the return of the glamorous Star Class yachting regatta to the jurisdiction’s warm and crystal clear waters.

To read these and all of this issue’s features and browse the Investor’s Resource Guide, The Bahamas Investor’s website at www.thebahamasinvestor.com. There is also an archive of past features to explore and users with an RSS reader can arrange to have the latest articles from the magazine sent to them automatically by clicking on the RSS icon on the website.

The Bahamas Investor is produced by Etienne Dupuch Jr Publications Ltd–the leading publisher of business and tourism information in The Bahamas. Other publications produced by the Bahamian company include the Bahamas Handbook, Welcome Bahamas, What-to-do, Bahamas Trailblazer Maps and the Dining & Entertainment Guide.

For more information, promotional copies or to submit press releases to the publisher, please contact the Editorial Dept at (242) 323-5665, fax (242) 323-5728 or e-mail info@dupuch.com.

The Bahamas Investor January 2010 highlights the benefits of island living.

An innovative programme, conducted over the summer by the Bahamas Hotel Association in collaboration with the Tourism Ministry, aims to give students hands-on experience in the hospitality industry.

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