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Bahamas, IDB launch Nassau initiative

The government of The Bahamas, in partnership with the Inter-American Development Bank, recently launched the Emerging and Sustainable Cities Initiative for Nassau. Related: PM Christie attends energy summit. Watch a ZNS Network news report after the jump.

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Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Tuesday, May 10, 2016

IDBThe government of The Bahamas, in partnership with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), recently launched the Emerging and Sustainable Cities Initiative (ESCI) for Nassau.

As a core component of the ESCI Nassau Programme, the government and the IDB have informed the public that teams from Factfinders Market Research will be conducting household surveys in communities throughout New Providence May 2-21, 2016.

Enumerators will be clearly identified with official company identification.


Should you have any questions or concerns, contact: Factfinders Market Research on 242-322-4652The government of The Bahamas, in partnership with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), recently launched the Emerging and Sustainable Cities Initiative (ESCI) for Nassau.

As a core component of the ESCI Nassau Programme, the government and the IDB have informed the public that teams from Factfinders Market Research will be conducting household surveys in communities throughout New Providence May 2-21, 2016.

Enumerators will be clearly identified with official company identification.

Should you have any questions or concerns, contact: Factfinders Market Research on 242-322-4652.

Related: PM Christie attends #EnergySummit

Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday that an MOU signed with private sector stakeholders in Grand Bahama is a key step in restoring Freeport as an "important engine for growth and prosperity in The Bahamas."

BMD Holdings Ltd, the developer of Baha Mar, has reported that it has sent a letter to China Exim Bank and Deloitte, the bank's receiver for Baha Mar, asserting it would keep its offer for Baha Mar open for now but will not participate in Deloitte's sale process.

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