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The Bahamas Report is published by former Bahamian diplomat and journalist Winston Munnings.

Six months after The Bahamas gained its independence from England in 1973, Winston D. Munnings was commissioned into the new country's Foreign Service as Third Secretary and appointed Vice Consul two years later.

Munnings subsequently worked in the islands as a radio, television and newspaper journalist, including positions at the Nassau Guardian and UPI.

In 2000, he founded The Munnings Report, taglined "Trends in Bahamas Policies, Development, Business & Finance" and recently renamed The Bahamas Report.

He says of the Miami-based newsletter, "The primary focus is on trends and changes in govern mental policies, development, and on business and financial matters.

It's circulated primarily to owners and managers of corporate enterprises worldwide with a subsidiary; affiliate or branch operation in The Bahamas. "Our market also includes discerning individuals residing outside The Bahamas," Munnings said, "who maintain investment interests there, as well as Bahamian nationals living abroad. In addition, The Bahamas Report is circulated to embassies and consulates of those nations with whom The Bahamas maintains diplomatic or consular relations."

Subscriptions include Bahamas News-Line Update, an email news update.
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Author:Munnings, Winston D.
Publication:The Newsletter on Newsletters
Date:Jun 30, 2001
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