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Business Content from Trinidad & Tobago

IMF: COVID-19 hit to Caribbean similar to ‘cardiac arrest’

[email protected] The impact of COVID-19 on the countries of the region has been likened by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to a heart attack....

Tourism Sector closer to safe reopening

The tourism sectors in both Trinidad and Tobago are one step closer to a safe reopening following the recent accreditation of the Piarco and Crown Point International Airports in the Airport Health Accreditation (AHA) programme, by the Airports Council International (ACI).

IMF: T&T’s GDP to decline by 5.6 per cent in 2020

[email protected] The International Monetary Fund (IMF) now expects T&T’s economy to decline by a massive 5.6 percent, this is a larger contraction than the Fund...

Proman to build world’s largest green methanol plant

One of the world’s largest methanol producer Proman has announced it will join nine other private- and public-sector partners to mark the launch...

Can Rowley and Kamla pivot like Mia Mottley?

Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley delivered an inspiring speech that was aimed at encouraging the peoples of the Caribbean to see that this place...

NEL Chairman: Diversification is not the best long term strategy for...

KYRON REGIS [email protected] The Chairman of National Enterprises Ltd (NEL) Ingrid Lashley has contended that the company would not be best served by a long term...

Ramps Logistics wins Internationally known…T&T Company of the Year Award

The T&T Chamber of Industry and Commerce has announced that Ramps Logistics Limited has been awarded “Internationally Known...T&T Owned Company of the Year”...

PwC: Digital upskilling critical for good paying jobs

[email protected] PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) T&T has argued that the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated changes in how and where we work, noting that for many organisations the...

TTSEC hosts 9th US SEC Technical Assistance Programme

The T&T Securities and Exchange Commission (TTSEC) is host to the 9th Technical Assistance Programme for financial sector regulators in the Caribbean, being facilitated...

TTBAA calls for 30-50% operating capacity for bars, restaurants

Chairman of the The Trinidad and Tobago Beverage Alcohol Alliance (TTBAA) Dr Patrick Antoine has called for the re-opening of food and beverage entities...



Griffith: DSS owner sought asylum, immunity

News Desk Almost two weeks after police first raided the Drugs Sou-Sou headquarters in La Horquetta, owner Kerron Clarke reached out to Police Commissioner Gary...

Youngest COVID-19 death recorded

The Ministry of Health confirms that Monday's COVID-19 related death was the youngest fatality to be recorded locally...

Pathologists in row over autopsy

A dispute between the pathologists at San Fernando mortuary and the Forensic Science Centre (FSC) about where the autopsy of Daren Mohammed should be...

West: Work from home plan still holds for public servants

Minister of Public Administration and Digital Transformation Allyson West says Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s call for the full return of the public servants...

UK, Bajan cops co-ordinate 2nd DSS raid

Lead Editor, Investigative Desk Five weeks after police first raided the Drugs Sou-Sou (DSS) headquarters in La Horquetta, officers of the Professional Standards Bureau and...