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1. Now official - Trinidad and Tobago election results ...
Trinidad and Tobago election results 2015 posted here are now official as reported by the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) to the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago.

2. Election results 2015 Trinidad & Tobago
Election results 2015 for Trinidad & Tobago will be available first officially from the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) possibly Tuesday. However, thanks to free media, citizens and observers will have a good idea of who will be the next prime minister long before.

3. Senate President blocks Howai from questioning
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4. T&T Customs officers make 40% of salary in ...
The events of September 11, 2001 in the United States of America continue to change the world, as Trinidad & Tobago's Trade Minister Vasant Bharath credited the macabre day in US history for being the genesis of this country's Customs Amendment Bill. While speaking during the 23rd sitting of the ...

5. Abu Bakr detained in Jamaica: Observer
Jamaican authorities today detained Jamaat al Muslimeen leader Yasin Abu Bakr at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston, the Observer reported today. http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/latest...ey-Airport The following is the full statement issued by the Passport Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA) following the detention today in Jamaica of the leader of the ...

6. 3 college girls from St Vincent & the ...
Three community college girls from St Vincent & the Grenadines died in a car crash in Barbados on Sunday. Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart extended condolences, on behalf of the Government and people of Barbados, to St Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves, on the tragic loss ...

7. Antigua and Barbuda economy expands moderately
Economic activity in Antigua and Barbuda is estimated to have expanded at a moderate pace in the first half of 2013, compared with the performance in the corresponding period of 2012.

8. Dominican Republic shifting to renewable energy
Still facing electricity woes, the Dominican Republic turns to renewables. The following is from Moody's Investor Services September 18 research on the Dominican Republic.

9. Barbados is an underrated sovereign - Euromoney
Recent rating agency downgrades seem to underestimate the underlying strengths of the Barbadian economy, Euromoney magazine said in its 2014 guide to Barbados released during the week ending April 4. Euromoney said: Barbados is one of the most diverse economies in the Caribbean. Itís certainly the most robust, drawing in ...

10. Trinidad & Tobago expects economic recovery to consolidate ...
The recovery of the Trinidad and Tobago economy is expected to be further consolidated with growth of 1.6 percent in 2013, following on an overall growth of 1.2 percent in 2012, the T&T government said in its annual publication, Review of the Economy 2013 released along with budget 2013/2014 documents ...

11. Warner gives background on newest planned petrochemical plant
Remarks by Gervase Warner, Group CEO, Neal & Massy Holdings Limited at the Signing of the Project Development Agreement on Monday, April 8, 2013. Good Morning Ladies and Gentlemen, All protocols duly observed It is an honour and my pleasure to address you this morning on an occasion, which marks ...

12. Is Trinidad & Tobago Carnival 2015 a holy ...
Shiva Raatri should be a tourist attraction during Carnival By Dr. Kumar Mahabir Just like Carnival, the festival of Shiva Raatri should be promoted as a significant event on the cultural and tourism calendar of Trinidad and Tobago. In addition to the regular Carnival attractions, tour operators should take tourists ...

13. Trinidad & Tobago author launches book in Canada
A Canada-based T&T author who wrote the children's book "Up in the Air" made the book available for sale in Canada from July 6, a release from the author's local representative said. She will be reading at Readers Bookstore (near Long Circular Mall) on July 27 from 6 pm. Afterwards ...

14. Trinidad & Tobago taxpayers likely to inherit fresh ...
COMMENTARY Trinidad & Tobago's government expects to start work on its proposed San Fernando-Princes Town-Mayaro highway, which could cost around $7.3 billion (US$1.15 billion) ceteris paribus, before elections, the country's Works and Infrastructure Minister Dr Suruj Rambachan (below striped tie) told reporters yesterday, Newsday said. http://www.newsday.co.tt/news/0,207920.html

15. Over 50% global LNG passed through South China ...


16. IMF: Grenada is Overcoming the Crisis
The Caribbean Corner reviews the main objectives and achievements to date in the recently launched program in Grenada, the Jamaica arrangement that has been in place since May 2013, and the just completed arrangement in St. Kitts and Nevis. Grenada Overcoming the Crisis By Kimberly Beaton A decade of natural ...

17. Under $9.7 million lost in TGI Friday's Barbados ...


18. Trinidad & Tobago has not maximized large foreign ...
World Bank, Economic Premise May 2014, Number 142 A Future without Oil? Diversifying Options for Trinidad and Tobago By Francisco Galrao Carneiro, Rohan Longmore, Marta Riveira Cazorla, and Pascal Jaupart

19. Citizens face bureaucratic wall at public offices
After bemoaning that the private sector has to struggle with inefficiencies at Customs and Excise, Trinidad and Tobago's Trade Minister Vasant Bharath said, during the June 4 sitting of the Senate, that while the private sector at least has "a voice through the TTMA or through the Chambers of Commerce, ...

20. Republic taking it slow in Ghana
Though actions, like buying just enough shares to trigger an SEC order to make a takeover bid and buying the Abraaj Group's stake thereafter, suggest that Republic Bank Limited (RBL) does in fact want to acquire Ghana's HFC Bank now, the latest news report out of Ghana quotes an HFC ...

21. Guyana's foreign reserves plummet, GYD depreciates


22. Suriname reserves at lowest level since 2009


23. Life's lessons - women will overlook no sex ...
Whatever the reason, be it impotence, disinterest or conscious deprivation, women will overlook no sex from a man if he's a good father, and will not cheat on him. Men, on the other hand, are not equally comforted by the knowledge that their wives are great mothers.

24. SEC charges Bahamas-based brokerage firm for enabling fraud


25. Cayman Islands warns against eating green iguanas
Photo by Quinten Questel, Flickr

26. BG Group focused on three pillars of strategy
From Morgan Stanley's Global Natural Resources Conference in September: BG Group, Martin Houston, COO The companyís focus remains on three pillars of strategy: emphasis of value over volume, an active portfolio management and a higher return of cash to shareholders. Although the timely execution of development projects in Australia and ...

27. Commercial banks account for ~62% of Barbados' total ...
While commercial banks remain the dominant subgroup in the financial space, new and innovative products have led to the sustained development of other financial entities. These entities provide support to all the key growth sectors in the economy, as well as mortgage and consumer financing to private individuals, and are ...

28. Barbados seeks to enhance regulatory framework
Photo by Loimere, Flickr During 2013, the Central Bank of Barbados (Bank) continued to enhance its regulatory framework in response to emerging international standards and best practices and to collaborate with other domestic regulators and stakeholders on various national issues, including the Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information ...

29. Young Caribbean techies pitching to Silicon Valley experts


30. Robust outlook for Norway Offshore Markets - Morgan ...
Norway is generally regarded as a mature province, but recent exploration success and development efforts are driving an improving production outlook, Morgan Stanley Research (Europe) said in a report this month. "Norway is generally regarded as a mature province, but recent exploration success and development efforts are driving an improving ...