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Old 11-03-2016, 02:01 PM
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Originally Posted by dpdash View Post
Chinese are already digging a port on N end of Abaco towards Foxtown, for what I have no idea

This statement would make even US Politicians proud
"#“There is no proposal from the Chinese to the government, of which I know, there is no response to the Chinese government or investors, of which I know, the Prime Minister (Perry Christie) doesn’t know so we don’t know. I don’t know what this is about.”

Since the port is in the middle of nowhere my guess is that it will be a base for Chinese fishing boats
Old 11-03-2016, 02:18 PM
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Yep, right in a Former Prime Ministers back yard.
It stinks. And he was supposed to be the "good guy" (according to some)
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They ( some bahamians) get it...."I just can't wait until the U.S. media and U.S. public wake up to the fact that their government (the Obama/Hillary/Kerry government) has permitted Red China to set up shop (including deep water stealth submarine operations) in the Bahamas only a few short miles away from Florida and the entire Eastern Seaboard. I imagine most Americans will want all senior officials of the U.S. embassy in the Bahamas, the Dept of State in the U.S. and the NSA over the past decade or so to be drawn and quartered for high treason because of their serious failure to gather and act on intelligence information in order to protect the national security interests of the U.S.". From a Bahamaian

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Old 11-04-2016, 12:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Tingum View Post
Since the port is in the middle of nowhere my guess is that it will be a base for Chinese fishing boats

Officials are getting fat off this deal

Bahamas' Prime Minister Perry G.Christi Inspected North Abaco Wharf project

On September 22, Perry G.Christi – Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of Bahamas led a delegation, consisting of over 50 people, including officials of the Ministry of Finance of Bahamas, senators of Abaco Island, well-known entrepreneurs of Bahamas and mainstream media reporters, to inspect Bahamas North Abaco Wharf project. Francis Clarke - representative of consulting company of the project and Du Xiegui – Project Manager of CHEC Bahamas North Abaco Wharf Project General Manager Department were present at the inspection.

At the meeting room of the Project General Manager Department, Prime Minister Christi listened to the report about the project overview, project construction progress, and project culture building and fully recognized and affirmed the work of CHEC He also told the accompanying reporters that this was a good link. When driving the economic development of North Abaco Island, this project also played a demonstrating role in better developing other islands of Bahamas. He expressed his gratitude to CHEC for creating jobs for local people and conveying advanced construction technology, and the workers of Bahamas could directly apply new silks they learned to this project. The implementation of this project strengthened the cultural communication between China and Bahamas, and promoted the friendship between the two parties. He hoped that CHEC could continue to participate in other infrastructure constructions of Bahamas.

Bahamas North Abaco Wharf Project is a new port constructed in North Abaco Island by the government of Bahamas to relieve the pressure of Marsh Harbour and meet the constantly increasing demand for passenger and cargo handling capacity in the context of constant development of North Abaco Island. It is the first people-benefiting project undertaken by CHEC in Bahamas.

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