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The National Insurance Board (NIB) is considering increasing the age of retirement in Trinidad and Tobago.

Former Minister in the Ministry of Finance Mariano Browne said on Tuesday that the drop in oil prices came as a shock to all the major oil production companies. “They didn’t have any better experience in terms of predicting prices than anybody else.” He said the scenarios for energy and energy prices produced by both the International Monetary Fund(...)

GHANA’S energy landscape may offer opportunities for both the public and private sector of Trinidad and Tobago, said an upbeat Energy Chamber Chief Executive Officer, Dr Thackaway “Dax” Driver. He spoke to Business Day on Monday, after his recent return to Trinidad from Ghana as a member of a business delegation accompanying Prime Minister, Dr Keit(...)

Did you know that it is reported that every 17 minutes a collision occurs on the roads of Trinidad and Tobago; every hour spent on our roads puts us at a 25% increased risk of getting into a collision and most of our victims are between the ages of 17 to 35 years of age? The “Consider the Consequences” road safety project is a joint initiative betw(...)

When people make a list of their ideal holiday destinations, the Caribbean is usually found somewhere near the top. With its sun kissed islands, golden beaches on the edge of clear blue waters, stunning scenery, sumptuous local dishes and refreshing rum-based cocktails, it is no surprise why people want to come here.

In November of this year, an election of the next US President will take place. At present, it appears that Donald Trump is going to be the Republican nominee for President. While the Democratic Party is still to decide, it does appears that Hilary Clinton has a commanding lead to be her party’s nominee.

Industry Specialist in the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Mario Romany, has given the assurance that government is committed to playing an integral role in the growth and development of the fashion sector despite the country’s gloomy economic climate.

There have been a number of worrisome reports that have appeared in the news over the last decade that point to very questionable decisions and in some instances, very inappropriate choices, by state boards. These have included reports of chairmen purchasing luxury vehicles for their use, engaging in unnecessary overseas training, personal travel c(...)

State-owned Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) is more interested in the proper utilisation of its 12 jet aircraft (B-737s) than following the competition around. And this has led to an improvement of 23 per cent over time and has translated directly to lowering the unit cost.

In times of economic uncertainty, there is a natural tendency to become protectionist but three prominent men are warning local businesses and the Trinidad and Tobago (TT) government against going that route.



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