The Bahamas is hoping for a big tourism and economic boost from the country’s hosting of major international meetings in April.

Nassau will be the location for the 57th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Boards of Governors of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the 31st AGM for the Inter-American Investment Corporation, a member of the IDB.

Chief Operations Officer of the Local Organizing Committee, Lynden Maycock is optimistic that there will be a myriad of direct and spin-off opportunities in tourism, culture and other related sectors of the economy, as a result of the influx of visitors for the meetings.

Public and private sector delegates, as well as delegates representing the IDB’s 48 member countries, are expected to attend the IDB-IIC meetings slated for April 7 to 10.

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