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Bahamas to hold historic Cabinet Meeting outside of Capital

Providenciales, 28 Jul 2015 – The Bahamas will see an extraordinary event today as for only the second time in history, the Bahamas Cabinet will meet outside of the capital, Nassau and move government business to Freeport.

The Bahamas Cabinet has on its agenda discussions on the future growth and development of the Grand Bahama economy and will review the Hawksbill Creek Agreement Tax Exemption Amendment Bill 2015. Prime Minister Perry Christie in the House of Assembly last week announced that a high level dialogue and negotiations with the executives of the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA), Hutchison Whampoa, and the Hawksbill Creek Agreement Review Committee would happen.

This historic Cabinet meeting in Freeport will take place at the Harold DeGregory Complex on East Mall Drive at 10:00 a.m.

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