The country is getting its best value from methanol and ammonia production.
This is according to former Energy Minister Kevin Ramnarine.
He maintains that this is the reason why methanol plants should not be shut down in the country.
Speaking on the Morning Brew Program today Ramnarine maintained that the sector has been on pause […]
This country is expecting an impressive showing of tourist arrivals for the Carnival season.
This is according to Minister of Tourism Shamfa Cudjoe.
Speaking on the Morning Edition Show today she revealed that the figures thus far suggest that hotel occupancy at major hotels in the Port of Spain area is at full capacity in […]
The future of the FATCA legislation which is yet to be passed in the parliament, remains a focal point in this country’s politics.
On Thursday, the Opposition and government will meet on the matter again. Opposition Chairman, David Lee, in an interview with News Power Now this morning, noted recent efforts by CARICOM leaders to […]
The Constitution of Trinidad and Tobago provides that the three fifths majority can be amended.
This is according to former Minister of Works and Transport and Attorney Fitzgerald Hinds.
Minister Hinds revealed this morning that the Constitution itself allows for its own changing according to the needs an evolving society.
Speaking on Good Morning T&T […]
Speaking on the issue this morning on the Power Breakfast show, Nigel Baptiste Vice President of the Bankers Association said the association is troubled with what they say is the Opposition stalling to have the legislation passed in Parliament.
Baptiste in response to Dr. Bhoendradatt Tewarie statement that the legislation would be passed on February […]
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