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The Bahamas: the story of the world’s third most tourism-dependent country

By Fátima Romero

"A third-class British colony" is what the Duke of Windsor - former King Edward VIII - called the Bahamas, who was in the archipelago from 1940 to 1945 while serving as Governor General of the island.

Today, the Bahamas is the quintessential traveler's dream vacation.

Tourism development is such that the country is the third most dependent in the world on this industry, with 60% of its economy . . .

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