Talks resume for Beaches Resort in Antigua and Barbuda

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Prime Minister Gaston Browne disclosed over the weekend that talks have resumed with Sandals Resorts International for a Beaches Resort in Antigua and Barbuda.

Watch Browne make the announcement on the Browne and Browne show on Saturday.

 

Discussions have been on/off since the former United Progressive Party administration.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. I’m tiyadddd of hearing of talks and nothing happening. What about the mariotts at the Airport, what about callaloo bay resort, what about halfmoon bay hotel project, what about the brewery, what about best western, what about yida. Nothing tarlllllll coming through, just pure talking

  2. The Labor Party prevented a Beaches Hotel from being built at Long Bay.Now the DAWGS are returning to their vomit Beaches.The UPP backed down at that time.In my opinion.That was a huge mistake,made by the UPP.

    • The other beaches around the Caribbean fence in the beach itself…. the Negotiations will be different with the Son rather than the founder who had since pass…..
      Imagine if Harold Lovell was to preside over that project- Sandals was allowed to not pay in tax collected from guest- what you think would have happened with beaches?

  3. Hopefully foreign businesses will stop doing any business with Antigua so long as dictator traitor Gaston is representing himself and his cabinet members and not our nation and we the people.

    That trash dictator traitor Gaston must go.

    • “hopefully” thats your hope for Antigua and Barbuda-
      Sick upp people, burn the country to the ground so you could rule the ashes.
      Typical UPP

  4. Is Gaston Browne the only person.To speak on all matters of Governance.I have not heard from the Cabinet Minister speaking on anything in their respective Ministries.Do they have to get the okay from Gaston Browne to speak openly.

  5. @N. You’re spot on. All talk no action! Election round the corner. A man of talk and no action is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Beware!

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