Baha Mar bankruptcy filing hailed as a way to save project

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:china construction, maha mar, nassau, plp, US bankrupcy court Grand Bahamian among those on PLP Constitutional Committee, new leader readying for 2022 Elections Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 30 Jun 2015 – The $3.5 billion Baha Mar yesterday filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and Developer Sarkis Izmirlian said the construction delays and opening delays by China Construction America, which is majority-owned by the Chinese government has caused revenue problems and they cannot continue the business as usual. Forbes online reports that: Baha Mar’s board of directors decided that Chapter 11 “is the best path to provide the time to put in place a viable capital structure and working relationships to complete construction and successfully open Baha Mar.” Izmirlian released a statement and said the filing was made in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. An impasse on how much the Bahamas government actually owes for road works taken on to reconfigure West Bay Street delayed millions of dollars moving from the Bahamas Government to the China Construction company. A Tribune newspaper article last week exposed that finally the Bahamas government agreed to pay $21 million road works to China Construction; China Construction expects more like $58 million for the road works. One thousand workers are said to be on the payroll, and now face never being compensated for the some of their time spent working at the resort. Still, the PLP Administration believes the project in Nassau, will be salvaged. Radical rogues ruining Bahamas tourism reputation Bahamas: Brave wins, Cooper wins, Mitchell wins, Lynes wins for new PLP leadershiplast_img

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