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Tuesday, March 28 2017 @ 12:24 AM AST

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Trinidad & Tobago Govt withdraws US$251 million from its sovereign wealth fund

Finance Minister Colm Imbert (below right) skipped Parliament today.

Prime Minister Keith Rowley (below left) said nothing to reporters at post-Cabinet media briefing yesterday (March 16, 2017).
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Sint Maarten inflation fell to 0.1% in 2016 vs 0.3% in 2015

Bi-monthly price index up slightly but annual inflation trending downwards The Consumer Price Index for Sint Maarten has increased in the month of December 2016 by 0.2 percent compared to that of October 2016.

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What do you know about the Consumer Affairs Division?

Trade & Industry Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon takes a 'we-fie' with participants of the 'What you know about Consumer Affairs Division (CAD)' game.

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Trinidad & Tobago spent US$325.56 million to join CAF, can now borrow US$300 million

Trinidad and Tobago can now borrow US$300 million from CAF, after spending US$325.56 million to join it.

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Bermuda, Mexico sign Mou to promote each other's tourism

The Governments of Bermuda and Mexico have signed an agreement to cooperate in the development and promotion of each country’s tourism market, the Bermuda Government said in a March 14 statement.

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With hopes still pinned on Baha Mar, The Bahamas sees mild growth in 2017, acceleration in 2018

"Economic conditions expected to strengthen mildly in 2017 and at more accelerated pace in 2018": Central Bank of The Bahamas

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Caribbean Airlines pays US$200,000 for 'cosmetic' website upgrade

Trinidad and Tobago-based Caribbean Airlines paid US$200,000 for a 'cosmetic' website upgrade, Caribbean Airlines Vice President Commercial (Ag) Sean Quong Sing told Parliament's 7th Public Joint Select Committee (JSC) Meeting on State Enterprises today.

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Back-to-back motions on failed management of economy in House, Senate

There will be back to back motions in the Senate and the House of Representatives in Parliament tomorrow and Wednesday, according to the Order Papers:

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Trinidad & Tobago rice plant for sale

Majority State-owned and publicly listed National Flour Mills Limited (NFM) is selling its rice plant at Carlsen Field through PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), the Government said in a statement yesterday.

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Cayman Islands to conduct tsunami response exercise

This will be a drill.