The Bahamas Bureau of Standards and Quality (BBSQ) invites the general public to comment on ‘Rum Specifications’ – Draft Bahamas National Standard.
The UNESCO Programme Transcultura will aim at strengthening the entrepreneurial skills of young professionals from the cultural and creative industries in the Caribbean.
Follow the Bahamas Trade Information Portal on its new social media platforms.
The Bahamas is experiencing a tourism-led rebound. The economy expanded by almost 14 percent in 2021, as net tourism receipts tripled relative to 2020. The strong recovery is expected to continue in 2022, with real GDP growth projected at 8 percent.
The Food Producer Network aims to strengthen food security and the food economy in the Bahamas by providing financial support through grants.