News Report: "Private Sector Backs Govt On Digital Drive"

Tribune Business, Written by By Youri Kemp, May 12th, 2021

The Chamber of Commerce’s chairman yesterday voiced optimism that making 40 public services available online by year-end will improve The Bahamas’ ease of doing business ranking.


Khrystle Rutherford-Ferguson, pictured, told Tribune Business that the government’s launch of its “one-stop shop” online portal to access and pay for key services is a “step in the right direction”.