While there is “nothing mysterious” about the delay in rolling out the general services tax, now set for April 2018, Bob Richards, the Minister of Finance, conceded that the Bermuda Government had “yet to really define the scope of it”.
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William Francis, whose most recent post with the Bermuda Government was Permanent Secretary of Economic Development, has...
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