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Friday, March 06 2015 @ 01:29 PM AST


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Uganda to send 263 health workers to Trinidad & Tobago: IINA

Ugandan Foreign Affairs Minister said in Kampala yesterday that 263 Ugandan health workers are to be deployed in Trinidad & Tobago soon. Uganda and Trinidad & Tobago have signed a protocol agreement covering two-year contracts for the health workers.
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S&P Affirms NGC, Phoenix Park

Overview -- Despite some supply shortfalls, NGC's financial performance has remained stable in 2014 and we believe it will continue to remain stable for the next few years.

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Economist Intelligence Unit forecasts end to Cuba sanctions by 2019

Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) sees GDP growth averaging 5.2% from 2015-19. "This forecast remains vulnerable to any sharp curtailment of economic support from Venezuela, although the risk posed by this will diminish as Cuba's access to international finance improves," EIU said in an overview of the Cuban economy yesterday.

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Scotiabank Trinidad and Tobago appoints new chairperson

Scotiabank Trinidad and Tobago Limited welcomes a new Chairman to its Board of Directors, Brendan King, who was elected a Director and appointed Chairman, effective March 3, 2015, a release from the bank said today.

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Repsol increases production

"We increased production year on year in Sapinhoa in Brazil, in our Kinteroni project in Peru, in Venezuela, the United States, Bolivia, Trinidad and Tobago and Russia and this increase results in a positive impact on the operating income of EUR124 million," said Josu Jon Imaz, Repsol chief executive officer during the company's Q4 2014 results call February 26.