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Thursday, July 27 2017 @ 08:45 AM AST

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Code Orange in Trinidad & Tobago: Heavy rains and flash flooding to continue

Trinidad and Tobago is under 'code orange' which means heavy rains and flash flooding, said Minister of Rural Development and Local Government Kazim Hosein, yesterday in Parliament in Port of Spain.
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How does Trinidad & Tobago rank in management of its oil and gas resources?

According to the 2017 Resource Governance Index, Trinidad and Tobago ranks 14th out of 89 countries studied. However, the study looked solely at T&T's management of its oil and gas resources and not its mining resources.

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Eastern Caribbean Home Mortgage Bank only 5% exposed to Trinidad & Tobago

As at March 2017 the bank’s investment portfolio was heavily biased towards the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) (See Chart 3). The bank’s investments in St. Lucia comprised 26% of the portfolio and over 80% of capital, both above their respective 20% limits. These exposures have been approved by the board as they are seen as transient, and ECHMB expects to be in compliance with its IPS limits in FY2017/18, as new and viable investment opportunities arise.

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Dominican Republic talks to Trinidad & Tobago on oil & gas cooperation

Already an importer of Trinidad and Tobago's liquified natural gas (LNG), Dominican Republic diplomats held talks with key players in the oil and gas industry of Trinidad and Tobago last month.

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Rowley expected to fly off to Grenada early in the morning

Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is expected to fly off to Grenada early in the morning for a Caribbean Community (Caricom) heads of government summit in the neighboring Caribbean island.