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Sunday, September 24 2017 @ 04:34 AM AST

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Grenadian debt collector wins banking scholarship

The Caribbean Association of Banks (CAB) today announced in a press release the winner of a 100% Scholarship award to Grenada Co-operative Bank Recoveries and Collections Officer Daniella Mc Sween to pursue the Chartered Banker MBA programme with UK Business School, the Bangor University.

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Flow gets parallel rights to televise wrestling

WWE announced a multi-year agreement to allow Flow to televise Raw and SmackDown across the Caribbean but noted:
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Challenges of doing business in Trinidad & Tobago in 2017 remain

Inefficient government bureaucracy, poor work ethic of the national labour force, corruption, crime and theft are the challenges of doing business in Trinidad and Tobago that remain strong in 2017, the World Economic Forum (WEF) was quoted as saying in a study released yesterday.

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Trinidad & Tobago now even more of a paradise for money launderers

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Group says 'Krysis' arrested after calling police 'macomere man'

'Macomere man' is slang in Trinidad and Tobago for homosexual man. Avinash Seepersad's alias in Enterprise, Chaguanas is 'Krysis'