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Saturday, October 21 2017 @ 05:22 PM AST

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After all the oil & gas produced over 100+ yrs, how did Trinidad & Tobago end up with $100b in debt?

Q&A with UWI Senior Economics Lecturer Dr Roger Hosein

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Trinidad & Tobago aspires to US' District Attorney system

Al Rawi tells law school grads how to make money as a lawyer

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Devaluation would wreak havoc

UWI Economics Dept lecturer: Budget inconsistent with Vision 2030

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Venezuela, Trinidad & Tobago associations 'to collaborate' extracting ethane resources

A press release from the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA) this morning did not offer details on what the collaboration entails, for example, whether it is a case of manufacturers investing in the extraction of ethane from the Venezuelan Rio Caribe field, to then use said raw material (ethane) in the manufacture of plastic products.

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Govt wins support on managing exchange rate

At a Chaguanas Chamber of Industry and Commerce forum at the University of the West Indies (UWI) Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business in Mt Hope, October 4, economists and businesspeople supported government's position not to let the TT dollar depreciate (sometimes erroneously referred to as 'devaluation').

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Trinidad & Tobago govt may borrow $2 billion from banks to pay October bills: Imbert

The government of Trinidad and Tobago will be paying only salaries, wages, pensions, gratuities, social service, grants, debt service this month, Finance Minister Colm Imbert said in Parliament in Port of Spain today.
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Bagnarol appointed new Scotiabank MD for south & east Caribbean

Stephen Bagnarol has been named to replace Anya Schnoor as Managing Director of Scotiabank Trinidad and Tobago and Senior VP/Head of the bank's southern and eastern business.

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The Bahamas Central Bank vows to curb lending to Govt

The Central Bank of The Bahamas yesterday in a statement said
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Trinidad & Tobago to bring legislation for solar power plant financing

Energy Ministry Parliamentary Secretary Nicole Olivierre in Parliament on October 10 reiterated government's plan to make Trinidad & Tobago 10% renewable energy-powered by 2021. That 10% is 283 MW.
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Trinidad & Tobago, Venezuela to sign more Loran-Manatee agreements

T&T, Venezuela to sign more Loran-Manatee agreements