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PM Outlines 12-Month Agenda

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Crime, education and the economy topping the government’s agenda this year as outlined by the PM during the 32nd Bahamas Business Outlook.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Crime, education and the economy are topping the government’s agenda this year. The Prime Minister outlining those areas during the 32nd Bahamas Business Outlook held this morning at Baha Mar.

Prime Minister Philip Davis says his administration has a plan that they’re determined to execute this year.

Those key areas include education, crime and of course the economy and when it comes to the economy Davis says they’re pushing for growth in not only GDP but also revenue and investments.

What they want to see reduced is debt.

While he did not go into detail about how they planned on achieving this, the PM did highlight who their targeting to help.

Another key focus for the Davis administration is education, which the PM labelled as the main driver for national development.

He says not only does that mean paying teachers more, like a retention bonues.

But also taking a serious look at tackling aging infrastructure at public school campuses.

When it comes to crime, Davis says it continues to be a vexing issue and he says they’ve taken their concerns as far as the United States White House during his meeting with Vice President Kamala Harris on Tuesday.

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