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COLOMBIA, with a population of more than 48 million people, is being pitched as the ideal place for expansion by Trinidad and Tobago (TT) businesses, be it on their own or in joint-venture projects with counterparts in the South American nation.

ROLAND Fisher hopes 2015 will be his lucky year. The Chief Executive Officer of Luxembourg-Based Gasfin Development SA is clinging to the hope that in 2015 he will finally get all the necessary permits to allow him to make an investment decision on his dream for CaribbeanLNG, a US$450 million mid-scale LNG plant which will supply LNG to Caribbean t(...)

It seems hardly likely that State-owned Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) would be a victim of the Finance Minister’s paring knife as he seeks to control spending in the various ministries and other State-run companies because of declining oil prices.

THOUSANDS of families in the UK are in a panic that gifts and other goods they bought on line will not arrive in time for Christmas. Couriers delivering parcels for retailers are said to be in chaos as they struggle with huge backlogs. They blame an unprecedented surge in online shopping over the past fortnight.

ON December 11, Finance Minister Larry Howai assured Digicel founder and executive chairman Denis O’Brien that Government will make a decision soon on the proposed US$3 billion acquisition of Columbus by Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC).

IT has been said that technology has made the world smaller, but for the visually impaired, the technology applications (apps) on Apple and Android devices are opening up a whole new world.

THERE was a time when book reviews were confined to newspaper pages, the likes of the Guardian, the Telegraph and the New York Times. Now one can find tons of reviews on line from just about anyone.



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