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Hotels and resorts allowed to honor prior bookings at 7.5% VAT

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After consultation with Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) members and stakeholders, government has allowed hotels and resorts with prior bookings at the 7.5 percent value-added tax (VAT) rate to honor that rate with their clients and to log those bookings with the Department of Inland Revenue.

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D’Aguilar leads delegation to Annual Caribbean Week events in New York City

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Minister of Tourism and Aviation Dionisio D’Aguilar will lead a delegation including Tourism Director General Joy Jibrilu and other representatives to the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s (CTO) Caribbean Week events in New York City this week.

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A Taste of the Caribbean

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It is that time again! The Bahamas National Culinary Team has been preparing to represent the Bahamas at the upcoming prestigious regional Culinary Competition; Taste of the Caribbean 2018, in Miami, Florida. The team has been training for 6 months, honing their culinary creations and perfecting their teams synchronicity.

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Bahamas Pursues ‘Gold Standards’ At Taste Of The Caribbean

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The Bahamas National Culinary Team is looking to keep up that gold standard when it comes to The Taste of the Caribbean 2018. The fierce competition to be held June 22-26 at the Hyatt Regency Miami is a chance for countries of the Caribbean show their culinary prowess.

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Public Sector Agencies Host Business License Training Workshop

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The Bahamas Ministry of Finance’s Department of Inland Revenue, aligned with The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) and public-sector partners including The Bahamas Ministry of Financial Services, Trade and Industry and Immigration; The National Insurance Board (NIB) Department of Physical Planning, and Environmental Health held a “Business License Training Workshop” at the British Colonial Hilton.

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