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1561. China infrastructure projects in T&T employed 12,700 over ...
Two studies out earlier this month, one by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and another by the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) found that * China infrastructure projects in T&T employed 12,700 over the last decade * T&T has the highest connectivity with China in the region * China-Caribbean relations are ...
1562. Shareholders stood down
Giving way to the court for reasons the meeting was not told, Kirk Carpenter and Carlton Reis, representative of CL Financial major shareholder Lawrence Duprey, gave the court an undertaking they would not offer themselves to be elected as directors of CL Financial, which would have tipped the balance of ...
1563. Govt reviews extractive industries' self-reporting
The government of Trinidad & Tobago is reviewing the extractive industries' self-reporting of production and output volumes, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said at a post-Cabinet media briefing Thursday. The announcement comes in the wake of confirmation from state-owned Petrotrin that it is investigating an alleged case of defrauding of ...
1564. Cayman Islands Monetary Authority warns against pooling money ...
Are people remitting money illegally?
1565. The Bahamas economy shows another sign of improvement
THE BAHAMAS CONSTRUCTION PERMITS UP 31%
1566. Trinidad and Tobago foreign reserves still falling actually
Someone is trying to fool someone or maybe a small group of people (the ruling elite) is trying to fool a large group of people (the masses).
1567. Antigua & Barbuda, St Kitts & Nevis, St ...
Local Trinidad and Tobago authorities say they're unable to read the report in Spanish and declined comment (no joke), although the comment required was really only on one page and it's difficult to imagine them being unable to translate 'Trinidad y Tobago' to 'Trinidad and Tobago'. Anyway, it was said ...
1568. IMF: The Bahamas economy to grow 1.75% in ...
The International Monetary Fund in its report on The Bahamas today:
1570. 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.
1571. 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, ...
1574. New investor: T&T economy docked in harbour
The Trinidad and Tobago economy has come to a halt, making now the best time to invest here, the top regional executive of a multi-national accounting firm has said.
1575. jetBlue to resume flying to Sint Maarten from ...
Sint Maarten Minister of Tourism and Economic Affairs Mellissa Arrindell-Doncher on Thursday announced that jetBlue will resume service to the island twice-weekly on its New York route as of November 1. As of November 1, JetBlue flights will service the JFK-SXM route on Mondays and Thursdays. The airline will resume ...
1576. Sagicor half-year profit up 21%
Like Guardian Holdings Limited (GHL) in the Caribbean, the insurer net more premiums (sold more insurance) than last year.
1577. Moody's: Hurricane Irma negatively affects Caribbean infrastructure concessions
Between 6 and 8 September, Hurricane Irma caused material damage to infrastructure in the Caribbean, but credit-negative effects vary across islands, Moody's Investors Service noted today in its Credit Outlook.
1578. The Bahamas: No relaxation of lending guidelines necessary ...
The Central Bank of The Bahamas yesterday advised that in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma no general relaxation is being made to existing guidelines on lending to the private sector.
1579. David Abdulah on trade union contracting workers for ...
Abdulah on trade union supplying workers for Govt seabridge: OWTU would never sub-contract workers to Petrotrin
1580. TIC aims for 6% more exhibitors in 2018
TIC aims for 6% more exhibitors in 2018
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