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A delegation from Ghana visited Trinidad and Tobago last week to learn how best to develop its emerging energy sector while ensuring that private operators pay their fair share of taxes.

Trinidad and Tobago NGL (TTNGL) and its underlying asset, Phoenix Park Gas Processors Limited (PPGPL), are pursuing several initiatives to maximise value and growth to ensure a consistent future healthy earnings stream for investors.

Economist and UWI lecturer, Dr Roger Hosein, has said there are positives emerging out of the last week’s mid-year budget review.

Commenting on the mid-year review read in Parliament by Minister of Finance Colm Imbert last week, finance expert and executive director of the recently launched charity Trinity Domus Communities, Gerry Pemberton, looked at in a different context.

Earlier this month the Central Bank of Barbados (CBB) reported that the Barbados economy grew by two percent for the first three months of 2017, which was above the average first quarter performance of the past five years. However, some financial experts believe this means that the country has only just started on the road to recovery.

Young, up and coming economist, Dr Jeetendra Khadan presented some sobering statistics at the first installment of the TT Chamber of Commerce’s Economic Transformation Series which asked whether oil and gas were smothering the economy.

As we go about our day to day business, we interface and interact with others in many ways and on varied levels. Invariably, at some point we almost always end up lamenting deeply about “the crime situation” in Trinidad and Tobago.

Technology has a profound impact on how we live and an even greater impact on the way we all connect within society. Today we are able to share information in real-time to anyone from anywhere in the world through the internet.

Last week, while standing in very cold rainy weather somewhere on Fifth Avenue, New York, I stopped a yellow cab and stated my destination.

According to news reports, hackers exploiting malicious software stolen from the US National Security Agency executed damaging cyberattacks that by late last Friday, had spread to more than 74 countries eventually affecting computer in 150 countries. The attack forced Britain’s public health system to send patients away, freezing computers at Russi(...)

Customers visiting bmobile’s West Mall retail store on May 12 were among the first in the country to enjoy the new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones, and get more data and faster speeds with bmobile’s 4G LTE Everything Plans on TT’s first mobile 4G LTE Network.

Two rating agencies this year downgraded Trinidad and Tobago: Standard and Poor’s (S&P) and Moody’s.

The Government of Trinidad and Tobago, through the Ministry of Trade and Industry is coordinating with several ministries and government agencies to implement a robust package of administrative and legislative reforms, aimed at improving the ease of doing business in TT. The initiative is guided by the World Bank’s Doing Business Report.

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When we consider success, we think in terms of goal achievement. In an article in “Planet Success”, after describing success in terms of achieving desired goals, writer Steve Mueller shared this: “Furthermore, success can be a certain social status that describes a prosperous person who could also have gained fame for its favorable outcome. The dic(...)

The Caribbean Industrial Research Institute (CARIRI) launched one of its newest services for innovation at the Centre for Enterprise Development in Freeport, on May 3.

Members of the Brasso Seco/Morne La Croix Farmers’ Association are reaping the sweet rewards of their efforts, with their first harvest of over 25 gallons of honey.

There are clearly many misconceptions existing in the workplace regarding the complex issue surrounding contract workers. Each employee is engaged under a contract of employment be it written or oral. A written contract is merely evidence of the terms of the agreement.

The performance evaluation process helps individuals and boards identify and develop skills that will enhance the credit union’s operation. Performance problems may also become apparent through the evaluation. It is important to recognise such problems and know how to deal with them.



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