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Friday, November 17 2017 @ 03:22 PM AST

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BHP Billiton payment to Govt down 45% to US$28.3m


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So now where are all the US dollars going?

Just under two years ago,
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Atlantic LNG wins court case against Spanish customer

A Spanish customer that hauled Point Fortin-based Atlantic, the world's 7th largest liquified natural gas (LNG) producer, before an international tribunal lost its case and now has to pay Atlantic US$3.5 million to cover its arbitration costs.

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Kingsman on top in Trinidad and Tobago cinemas

Kingsman - The Golden Circle is now on top in Trinidad and Tobago cinemas, followed by Stephen King's 'It', followed by Ninjago.

The movies from last week are doing better in the Caribbean islands than the new releases this week: Green Days by the River, Flatliners and American Made.

American Assassin also seems to be failing and may barely get one more week.

After Ninjago, in 4th position, based on cinema screen size allocation, is Green Days by the River, followed by The Hitman's Bodyguard (though now taken off most screens), followed by American Made, followed by Flatliners, followed by American Assassin.

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Trinidad & Tobago to cut expenditure to avoid $14 billion deficit in fiscal 2018

Key takeaways from the prime minister's pre-budget forum at the Hyatt today in Port of Spain:

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Trinis more likely to get killed than robbed, new study finds

Most people who are victims of crime in Trinidad and Tobago are not victims of robberies, less than a quarter, 22%, but
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Another company selling Trinidad oil reports getting higher price for it

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