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We drew some students from other universities, the Forfar Field Station staff, and the Bahamas.
affiliated businesses operating in The Bahamas are associated with tourism and banking, however there are also several U.
Allen said, Prince s expertise and leadership skills will be of tremendous value to BFSB and the industry as we continue to press The Bahamas Advantage internationally, and examine fresh and innovative industry development strategies.
Located in beautiful Nassau, Bahamas, only a short 30-minute flight from Miami, the Bahamas Medical Center serves as a convenient medical tourism destination for the thousands of American and Canadian patients who travel internationally for affordable healthcare each year.
The Bahamas is a party to the 1988 UN Drug Convention.
The owner of the lodge helped establish the largest national park in the Bahamas, and the resort has won eco-tourism awards.
For venues in more secluded locales, The Out Islands Of The Bahamas features the luxurious Four Seasons Resort at Emerald Bay in Exuma with 25,000 square feet of meeting space, a Greg Norm an designed golf course, and a full-service spa.
B is an active business in the Bahamas and earns $5,000 of interest from a bank account located there.
This longstanding multilateral counter-drug operation between the United States, the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands (a British Colony) focuses on narcotics interdiction, and is headquartered in the Bahamas.
In addition, The Bahamas Report is circulated to embassies and consulates of those nations with whom The Bahamas maintains diplomatic or consular relations.
As a child in the Bahamas, Julmist lacked many of the privileges and accords Americans take for granted.
The Bahamas (as the author of the second volume is kind enough to point out) are an archipelago of islands stretching from Florida to Haiti.
Today the nation's innovative Bahamas National Park system, though in its infancy, seems up to the challenge of preserving the best of what remains of that landscape 500 years later.
Grundy is a little over-enthusiastic in his recommendation of the Bahamas as "the true universal tax haven," and in his statement that "the advisor who is new to the world of tax havens would do well to concentrate his energies on acquiring a detailed knowledge of the facilities offered by the Bahamas.