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Friday, August 18 2017 @ 02:50 AM AST

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Trinidad & Tobago flooding out again, and Tropical Storm Don not even here yet


State-owned C TV released the above photo of a car in the Maraval, Port of Spain area.

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Bermuda elections results in race, same-sex marriage, class debates

Bermudians began going to the polls from 8 am today to elect a government for a new four year term.
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Suspicious transactions reports low in The Bahamas



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Duprey: Govt wasn't acting to protect taxpayers

The following is the full statement yesterday from former CL Financial/CLICO boss Lawrence Duprey, in response to http://www.trinidadexpress.com/201707...ays-imbert Trinidad & Tobago Finance Minister Colm Imbert saying he acted to protect taxpayers:

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Aruba non-performing loans tick down to 4.4% from 4.7%

Highlights from the Central Bank of Aruba Financial Sector Supervision Report released earlier this week.

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Carnival visitors to Trinidad & Tobago increased by 6% in 2017 vs 2016

Verbatim from a Friday July 14, 2017 statement from the
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Cuba economy grew 1.1% in first half of 2017, after ending 2016 in recession

Cuban Vice President and Planning and Economy Minister Ricardo Cabrisas was reported in Cuban state media to have released the numbers in Cuba's Parliament this week

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Roget: 'Working class' people betrayed by Govt

Government has betrayed the "working class" people of Trinidad and Tobago, is bankrupt of ideas, worsened the recession, and is understating unemployment figures. So said Joint Trade Union Movement President Ancel Roget said yesterday at Busy Corner, Chaguanas during a curbside press conference.

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No details on additional $4 billion spent on CL Financial/CLICO never-ending bailout

Would the Honourable Finance Minister care to give a detailed breakdown of how this additional $4 billion was spent?
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The Bahamas gives the most mature response to Moody's in a long while

It could just be rhetoric to quiet down the New York-based credit rating agency but if the Government of The Bahamas does as it says and takes action to prevent a downgrade, this could be the most mature response to Moody's Investors Service in the Caribbean ever.