Representatives of the private-sector on the National Tripartite Advisory Committee say it remains committed to the tripartite consultative process and is ready to take part in all constructive dialogue and debate.
It explains that the country’s economy remains in a highly vulnerable state and urgent, concerted action is needed by all stakeholders to ensure that we can put the nation onto a more sustainable path for economic and social development.
This was position was indicated in media release today by the Joint Chambers.
They are Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago, The Trinidad and Tobago Coalition of Services Industries, The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce, The American Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad and Tobago and the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers Association.
On Monday the Employers Consultative Association suggested that the social dialogue process be restarted with renewed vigor, optimism and focus.
Recently the Prime Minister urged the Labour movement to return to National Tripartite Advisory Council.
Following their mass march and rally in Port of Spain on Friday trade unions leaders requested a meeting with the Prime Minister in the next two weeks.