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Thursday, October 19 2017 @ 09:26 PM AST

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Bermuda's Confiscated Assets Fund dries up

Bermuda has a Confiscated Assets Fund from which it gives cash back to communities. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you look at it), it has dried up, Bermuda's Minister of National Security Wayne Caines says:
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Quick movie review: Stephen King's 'It' is way behind its time

Stephen King's 'It' is way behind its time.

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NGC signs MoU in Mozambique, holds talks with Tanzania, Ghana

An NGC delegation, led by Chairman Gerry C. Brooks and which included NGC’s President, Mark Loquan and PPGPL’s Vice President Business Development, Alvin Dookie, deepened the NGC Group’s ties in East and West Africa last week after meeting with high level officials in Mozambique, Ghana and Tanzania.

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USA gives The Bahamas US$166k in post-hurricane supplies



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Maduro jubilant over Trinidad & Tobago relations

Venezuelan President is jubilant over diplomatic relations with Trinidad and Tobago, that country's Foreign Affairs Ministry said in a statement yesterday.

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Trinidad & Tobago Govt to present 2017/2018 budget Oct 2

In the Parliament in Port of Spain.
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Unemployment went up to 3.6% in Q4 2016 versus 3.5% in Q4 2015

Trinidad & Tobago's government put out a statement today to say unemployment went down in the last quarter (Q4) of 2016 but it compared Q4 with Q3. In a year-on-year comparison, which is what economists look at most often, it actually went up.
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Moody's praises Jamaica's 'active debt management policy'

Can't say the same for Trinidad and Tobago, which it downgraded on April 25, and further knocked on June 30 for its weak management of the economy.

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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.