The Trade Ministry announces plans to start work on Development Initiatives in Moruga, as part of the Government’s plan to focus on accelerating diversification of the economy.
Minister of Trade and Industry, Paula Gopee-Scoon, held a meeting yesterday at the St. Mary’s Government Primary where she elaborated on the Agro-Processing and Light Industrial Park which will be built on 18.83 acres of State land situated in Saunders Trace.
Minister Gopee-Scoon via a media release said the project represents an investment of approximately TT$69.3 million dollars towards the further development of Moruga and environs.
The Park, with all required infrastructure, will be sub-divided into eighteen plots (small, medium and large) to cater to businesses of all sizes.
Phase I of the Project is currently being undertaken; and Phase 2 which is the construction phase will commence in January 2018.
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