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Sunday, September 24 2017 @ 04:24 AM AST

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106 CEPEP contractors don't pay NIS or health surcharge

CEPEP told the Public Accounts Enterprises Committee (PAEC) of Parliament that 106 of its contractors are not compliant with their statutory payments comprising of National Insurance of $14,541,519.70 and Health Surcharge of $2,154,957.19 giving an aggregate figure of $16,696,477.00, according to the PAEC report out yesterday.

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Republic lists close to $10 million in new shares on the stock exchange

97,510 Ordinary Shares of Republic Financial Holdings Limited were listed on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange on yesterday and will become effective today, thus increasing the company’s issued share capital to 162,445,288 Ordinary Shares. The stock closed trading yesterday at about $102 per share.

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Scotiabank profits up 9% to $507 million for the year so far



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Most people use prepaid mobile phones in Trinidad and Tobago

Most people use prepaid mobile phones in Trinidad and Tobago, and they use those phones to call other mobile phones.

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Where to spend a Caribbean vacation now

For persons who had been planning a vacation in the Caribbean long before Hurricane Irma 2017, options remain available. The affected islands will begin to recover as fast as tourists return. However, in the short term, here is a list of where you can still go now