Every two years the International Monetary Fund reviews the Bahamian economy and the policies of the Bahamian Government. It releases its analysis in the form of a Consultation. However, the only information included in the public release is that which both parties agree to release; whereas all of the IMF’s views are made available to other international organizations. The language is diplomatic and non-confrontational and one must compare reports for important clues.
What the IMF did say.
These comments relate to the Employment Act alone.