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Adam Stewart, Chief Executive Officer of Sandals Resort International, wants Tobago…and wants Tobago to want the resort chain right back.

As the nation counts down to the presentation of the 2016-2017 next Friday, Business Day asked an economist and a former minister in the Finance Ministry to assess how well Imbert’s first budget was implemented.

“One fantastic sales pitch” is how one invited stakeholder who walked out of the meeting with Sandals on Monday is describing the hour and a half presentation made by the resort chain.

As the National Budget Presentation on September 30 draws closer, the population is becoming increasingly interested. This is not surprising, given that the public is now well aware that Trinidad and Tobago’s financial circumstances have changed dramatically. Managing the economy in the current climate is nothing short of a very skilled balancing a(...)

Palm trees and coconuts are synonymous with the Caribbean. But despite the world’s familiarity with coconuts being found here, there’s a threat on the horizon to this emblematic plant.

It is now definitive that there will be a debate of FATCA post the budget debate. In addition, there will also be Joint Select Committee to address various concerns regarding FATCA legislation. Over the last year, there has been quite a lot of commentary about FATCA and the obligation and ability of Trinidad and Tobago to meet the September 30 dead(...)

As many of you may recall, I held the role of Government Senator in a previous administration, whilst at the same time also held the role of Parliamentary Secretary in what was formerly known as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and communications. On many occasions, I would have had the opportunity as a result of these appointments, to attend diplo(...)

On Monday (September 19), TSTT launched a bold new product that will revolutionise how individuals and businesses in Trinidad and Tobago conduct financial transactions. It is the bmobile VISA Prepaid Card.

On Sunday September 11, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley addressed the nation. In the address, he briefly spelt out the state of the economy and moreso the state of the energy sector and the measures that had been adopted thus far, to address the challenge that we all face. He very clearly stated that his government has no intention to adopt measu(...)

Describing the current economic climate as “challenging”, the Point Fortin South Western Chamber, [PFSWC], has expressed the hope that the Grants road segment of the San Fernando to Point Fortin highway could be completed in fiscal 2017.

MEMBERS of National Governing Bodies (NGB’s) have praised Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs Darryl Smith for ensuring that new national sporting facilities during the current administration’s first year in office.

On Wednesday August 3, 2016, CARIRI and the Engineering Institute of The University of the West Indies signed an historic Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) which will see greater collaboration between the two institutions.

The Customs and Excise Guards Foundation has donated $50,000 to the Just Because Foundation (JBF).

With fluctuating global oil and gas prices expected to persist into 2017, the Penal/Debe Chamber of Commerce has identified factory shells as one method of stimulating economic growth in the manufacturing sector.

Winston Dookeran, then Minister of Finance, stated in the Senate on June 5, 2012: “…we must be prepared to take hard policy decisions as we chart our financial stability in the next three years …in the interest of the benefit of the future of Trinidad and Tobago.” For a long time, our society has functioned, as many developing societies, on a perm(...)



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