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Sunday, September 24 2017 @ 04:25 AM AST

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Middle class growing in Latin America, CAF study finds



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Rain overhead Trinidad & Tobago this morning - what it looked like from the side



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Trinidad & Tobago sovereign wealth fund climbs 3% on non-US stocks' performance

Despite two large withdrawals from the Heritage and Stabilisation Fund (US$375.1 million in May 2016; and US$252.55 million in March 2017), Trinidad and Tobago's sovereign wealth fund (SWF) recovered by the end of the second quarter of 2017, thanks to investments in non-US stocks.
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Atlantic LNG will shut down by 2029, international gas association says

CEDIGAZ, the Paris-based international association for natural gas, of which Point Fortin-based Atlantic, is a member, forecasts Trinidad & Tobago's liquified natural gas (LNG) producer will have to shut down, as it will run out of gas by 2029. However, CEDIGAZ appears to assume no new gas discoveries, and that the cross-border deal with Venezuela, to get copious new supplies from the Dragon and surrounding gas fields, will remain political rhetoric mired in agreements, as has Loran-Manatee for over a decade.

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Corruption Perception Index too kind to Trinidad & Tobago?

When they say they don't see the problem with appointing the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Energy to the board of Petrotrin, believe them.