A chain-link fence blocks access to the Baha Mar resort on Cable Beach near Nassau, The Bahamas, on Oct. 14, 2015. The Chinese-financed resort is in court-ordered liquidation and has twice postponed its grand opening. The complex is to have four hotels, at least 40 restaurants and a massive casino.
A chain-link fence blocks access to the Baha Mar resort on Cable Beach near Nassau, The Bahamas, on Oct. 14, 2015. The Chinese-financed resort is in court-ordered liquidation and has twice postponed its grand opening. The complex is to have four hotels, at least 40 restaurants and a massive casino. Tim Johnson McClatchy
A chain-link fence blocks access to the Baha Mar resort on Cable Beach near Nassau, The Bahamas, on Oct. 14, 2015. The Chinese-financed resort is in court-ordered liquidation and has twice postponed its grand opening. The complex is to have four hotels, at least 40 restaurants and a massive casino. Tim Johnson McClatchy

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