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Saturday, October 21 2017 @ 05:17 PM AST

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Petrotrin fixes 'deferred tax asset' item but keeps accountant, says it could happen again



A scandal on which Finance Minister Colm Imbert blew the whistle, that Petrotrin was hiding worse-than-reported losses as
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Disaster risk experts estimate Anguilla lost 90%, BVI 150% of their GDP in hurricanes this year

Although preliminary estimates are yet to be supplied by the government of Anguilla
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Easy money raising idea for Trinidad & Tobago

Sell coins to the diaspora of Trinidad and Tobago nationals in the USA, Canada and the UK.



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Jamaica fast becoming natural gas powerhouse in the Caribbean

Jamaica Minister of Finance and the Public Service Audley Shaw (in photo at right below) spoke Thursday (October 5) to that country's Inaugural Conference on Natural Gas at the Jamaica Pegasus in New Kingston.

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Rowley: Shenanigans causing forex woes

Finance Minister gets few instructions from PM

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FATCA awaiting proclamation in Trinidad & Tobago



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Ninjago, Victoria & Abdul quick movie reviews



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Tax hike on banks unfortunate, bankers say

The hike in taxes singling out commercial banks was unfortunate, bankers said through its association vice president Nigel Baptiste, Republic Financial Holdings managing director.

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Auto Dealers: Budget measures anti-environment, anti-small business

Trinidad and Tobago Auto Dealers Association at P&V Marketing compound in Chaguanas said the budget measures concerning the auto industry is anti-environment, and anti-small business.

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More support for Gary Griffith for Commissioner of Police post

Waajihatul Islaamiyyah (The Islamic Front) supports and endorses fully Gary Griffith’s bid to become our next Commissioner of Police.