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The Bahamas Investor July issue out soon

The massive infrastructure redevelopment project at Lynden Pindling International Airport takes centre stage as the new issue of The Bahamas Investor magazine looks at key projects and initiatives that are shaping the jurisdiction. Out next week, the July edition is crammed with insightful features and expert commentary, as well as an Island Living supplement and Legal Directory. 

Monday, June 27, 2011
Monday, June 27, 2011

Ready to hit boardrooms and executive offices around the world next month, the July issue of The Bahamas Investor magazine is packed with insightful commentary and in-depth features.

Executive focusThe Executive Focus feature shines the spotlight on chief executive officer of Nassau Airport Development Co Stewart Steeves and the work he and his team have been doing to complete Stage One of the Lynden Pindling International Airport’s overhaul. The opening of the state-of-the-art US Departures Terminal in March marked a significant step in the multi-million-dollar redevelopment.

Top story - investingThe top story in the Investing section takes a look at a lucrative, but sometimes overlooked, investment partner–Canada. The article draws attention to the fact that although Canada’s contribution to The Bahamas’ economy is often overshadowed by the US’s influence, Canadian foreign direct investment into the offshore jurisdiction totaled $12.4 billion over the 22-year period from 1987 to 2009.
Latin AmericaOther features in the issue include a look at emerging Latin American markets, succession and estate planning issues for high-net-worth individuals, and the renaissance of downtown Nassau.

The Island Living supplement in this issue has a wealth of information for investors looking to buy property in the island paradise and the 32-page Legal Directory is a vital resource for anyone doing business in the jurisdiction.

For all these stories and many more, pick up a copy of The Bahamas Investor magazine, available July 1. Order a free copy online by filling in your details in the box on the left. View the full issue online from next week.

Two years after construction commenced, The People’s Republic of China yesterday officially handed over the new, ultra-modern $30-million Thomas A Robinson National Stadium to the Bahamian people–a gift hailed by Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham as a symbol of good bilateral relations.

The end of this year will see the revival of the iconic motor racing event which drew big crowds and top names to Nassau during the 1950s and '60s. Running November 30 until December 4, Speed Week will once again bring the glitz and glamour of international car racing back to The Bahamas' capital. In a video after the jump, Speed Week's UK event director David McLaughlin reviews the history and outlines the details of the upcoming Bahamas Speed Week revival.

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