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Tourism Ministry wants more money from cruise lines

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http://m.tribune242.com/news/2017/sep/29/govt-targets-90m-cruise-passenger-spending-boost/?templates=mobile

 

My take is that eventually the Bahamas will require higher port taxes per person, and the Bahamian government and cruise lines will each make some concessions. Neither side can afford a breakup, especially BPCL. Given that Bahamas Paradise effectively acts as a shuttle to the Grand Lucayan, does this give them an advantage with the Bahamian government?

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