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Tuesday, March 28 2017 @ 12:22 AM AST

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Curaçao economy sees zero growth, Sint Maarten contracts -0.3%

Growth remained flat in Curaçao caused by a decline in public sector activities, offsetting subdued private sector growth.

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Former Citibank VP: Petrotrin has $28b to get

At a time when State-owned Petrotrin needs money, former Citibank Vice President Ved Seereeram said in a telephone interview yesterday (Feb. 2), the reopening of an aborted attempt to recover a 20-year-old overcharge, could yield in excess of US$4.2 billion ($28.3 billion) for Petrotrin, excluding punitive damages.

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US$125 million in cocaine seized, 4 Guyanese to answer charges in U.S. Virgin Islands

A release from the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard (TTCG) said it was the result of a joint operation with the U.S. Coast Guard in international waters off the coast of Suriname

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Curacao re-insurer downgraded at S&P, withdraws



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Chevron: OPEC cuts make no difference in Venezuela

* Chevron doing fine in Venezuela

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Energy Chamber consultants find 'fiscal regime in T&T too harsh'

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Commingling, misappropriation gazetted

It is one of the best documented cases of commingling and misappropriation. It is in the Gazette. Misappropriation, according to the Oxford Dictionary, is the application of another's money to (especially one's own) wrong use. According to Investopedia, commingling is mixing funds so that they are considered the same material fund.

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New maritime university established in Jamaica

By Chris Patterson, JIS

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Panorama 2017 results

1st. Trinidad All Stars

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Who won Trinidad soca monarch 2017?

When it comes to Trinidad and Tobago carnival, 'we doh business' but we realise that as a matter of