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If you are a parent you may have. had to watch the prices of just. about everything inch up over. the past year.

With the Government preparing to present its second budget since winning the General Elections in September 2015, economist at the St Augustine campus of the University of the West Indies, Dr Roger Hosein, is calling on Finance Minister Colm Imbert to cut expenditure to a more manageable level and force the country to “live more within our means.” (...)

What is Money Laundering? The goal of a large number of criminal acts is to generate a profit for the individual or group that carries out the act. Money laundering is the processing of these criminal proceeds to disguise their illegal origin. This process is of critical importance, as it enables the criminal to enjoy these profits without jeopardi(...)

The public sector is vitally important in all countries across the Caribbean as governments are responsible for tackling a number of complex issues. Areas of responsibility include healthcare, education, the environment, defence, employment and economic infrastructures - all at a time when people’s expectations about the quality of public services (...)

Have you heard the saying, “put a smile in your voice?” Well that sentiment rings true when we interact via telephone with our clients, business associates or anyone on the receiving end of our tone. I use the word ‘tone’ particularly because even though we are not engaged in a face to face interaction with the individual or machine on the other en(...)

The 2016 Olympic games have just ended and the performance of the national team is under scrutiny especially when compared to the performance of, for example, the Jamaican team. While there will be a lot of commentary about where we went wrong, we need to look at the economics of sport and how we can benefit from sport. In fact, just before the bud(...)

According to media mogul Oprah Winfrey, ‘Education is the key to unlocking the world, a passport to freedom’. While Trinidad and Tobago is regarded as a fortunate country, many of our nation’s youth return to school each year without their full complement of textbooks and school supplies. In an effort to remedy this problem and make a meaningful co(...)

Housing is long-term urban development and is viewed as an important social and economic policy for governments that contributes to an effective mechanism for growth and development. The broadly defined real estate sector of Trinidad and Tobago is dominated by three features. First, land is scarce.

Drinking and smoking cigarettes or smoking hookah are a few popular ways to take your fete experience to the next level. But what about “getting high” off the air around you? Business Day spoke with Kristin Agostini who has introduced a novel party product that gives the expression “natural high” a brand new definition. Aimed at fete patrons and Ca(...)

Marketing the unique experiences and culinary delights of Trinidad and Tobago (TT) is important in achieving the TT Convention Bureau’s (TTCB) goal of making Port-of-Spain the meetings and conferences capital of the southern Caribbean.

Wherever there are businesses operating, there are workers in search of food and snacks, yet most times the only food choices available are high in fat, salt and often deep fried.

Business and sports share many common features. The familiar “born or made” debate resonates for both Olympians and entrepreneurs. There are also unyielding obstacles despite talent or skill: a 5ft tall player will not make the NBA Basketball team.



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