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Friday, August 18 2017 @ 02:51 AM AST

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Robust profit possible at current oil prices

An oil company in Trinidad and Tobago that filed for bankruptcy not long ago said it got "very robust consolidated operating netback" in the first half of the year, which is jargon to say
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The Bahamas seeks to regulate, tax AirBnB and other vacation home rentals

Bahamas Govt issues statement yesterday:

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While Trinidad & Tobago stands idly by, other neighbours in effect condemn Maduro's regime

Governments of Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay and Peru decry "rupture of democratic order in Venezuela" and vow not to support Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's latest attempt to increase his power and unseat the "the democratically elected National Assembly".

The following is their full statement:

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U.S. Military honours outgoing Trinidad & Tobago Chief of Defence Staff

The U.S. Military honoured outgoing Chief of Defence Staff Major General Rodney Smart last week.

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Steady U.S. inflation offers no new disinflation concerns

by Lindsey M. Piegza, Ph.D., Chief Economist, STIFEL

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Conversations with PM not very forward-looking

'Conversations with the Prime Minister' in Point Fortin last month were not very forward-looking, business and energy sector consultants said July 12 in reaction to the live, televised event July 11. In telephone interviews, they said the topics of the future remained either untouched or glossed over: the nation's youth, diversification and renewable energy.

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Business Idea: Make having your period fun

Print funny lines, jokes, sketches on the side of the pad that faces outward (not the vagina).
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China oil & gas company raises US$775 million in Cayman

Hong Kong- and New York-listed CNOOC Limited, China’s largest producer of offshore crude oil and natural gas, a major subsidiary of China National Offshore Oil Corporation issued the bonds in 2015.

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Guardian Holdings Ltd profit climbs a cool $40 million despite recession

And the acting chairman Peter Ganteaume says so.

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Dragon gas field expected to supply 100 mmscfd

Venezuela's Dragon gas field, to which Royal Dutch Shell is building a connecting pipeline to its Hibiscus field in Trinidad & Tobago waters, is expected to initially supply 100 millions standard cubic feet of gas per day (mmscfd) and then an additional 150 mmscfd, Venezuela's state-owned integrated oil and gas company said today in a release.