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Bahamas Budget Waters Down Upcoming VAT
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The Bahamas is to introduce a value-added tax regime with a 7.5 percent headline rate from January 1, 2015, according to the territory’s latest Budget for 2014/15, released on May 28, 2014. As well as delaying implementation for three months until
Roberts: Bahamas Budget charts course for a brighter futurethebahamasweekly.com
Gov’t Spending Cut Will ‘Choke Economy To Death’Bahamas Tribune

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Bahamas Budget Waters Down Upcoming VAT
Tax-news.com
The Bahamas is to introduce a value-added tax regime with a 7.5 percent headline rate from January 1, 2015, according to the territory's latest Budget for 2014/15, released on May 28, 2014. As well as delaying implementation for three months until
Roberts: Bahamas Budget charts course for a brighter futurethebahamasweekly.com
Gov't Spending Cut Will 'Choke Economy To Death'Bahamas Tribune

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