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Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite yesterday turned the sod for a tourism project which investors predict would ultimately provide 975 jobs and more than $300 million in direct and indirect economic benefits.
Pure Beach Resort & Spa, to be developed at Foul Bay, St Philip, is the brainchild of a team of Canadian, Korean and Middle Eastern investors and will consist of 300 private residences to be operated under a time-share concept.
Brathwaite said there would be direct benefits to the surrounding St Philip communities, since the project intended to engage the business services of residents.
The Member of Parliament in whose constituency the project is being developed, said it offered tremendous opportunities for residents, since 100 Barbadians were expected to be employed in the initial phase of construction. (GC)
Here, Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite (right) getting assistance in turning the sod for the start of the Foul Bay, St Philip project from (from left) Sang Park (Ecoterra), Mark Purai (Pure Beach Resort & Spa), Gary Wallker (Ecoterra),  Dr Assad Altouhr, representative of the Middle East partners in the Pure Beach Resort & Spa project and Anwar Rabah (partly hidden), a founding partner. 
Full story in today’s DAILY NATION.