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18 People in Trinidad and Tobago Charged with Money Laundering. Over $14 Million USD Seized.

18 People in Trinidad and Tobago Charged with Money Laundering. Over $14 Million USD Seized.

The Financial Investigations Branch says to date it has laid 91 charges of Money Laundering against 18 persons with a value of over TT $14.3 million d ...
Optimism Ahead of Tobago Budget Reading, Today.

Optimism Ahead of Tobago Budget Reading, Today.

The Tobago Budget is due to be read today. THA Deputy Chief secretary and secretary of Finance and the Economy Joel Jack spoke on the Power Breakfa ...
Conrad Enil Says T&T’s Economy Must be Better Managed.

Conrad Enil Says T&T’s Economy Must be Better Managed.

Former Energy Minister, Conrad Enil, has suggested that talk about diversification of the economy is a non-starter. He says better management of the e ...
Premature Celebration of Economic Turnaround? Government Gets Stern Warning.

Premature Celebration of Economic Turnaround? Government Gets Stern Warning.

Economist, Dr. Roger Hosein, is warning the government to guard against prematurely celebrating an economic turnaround in Trinidad and Tobago. Spea ...
FOREX Shortages Still Hindering Small Business Operations.

FOREX Shortages Still Hindering Small Business Operations.

Small businesses throughout the country are once again lamenting the difficulty in doing business particularly given the lack of foreign exchange. ...
Stuart Young Begs T&T To Empathize With Maxie Cuffie.

Stuart Young Begs T&T To Empathize With Maxie Cuffie.

Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister, Stuart Young, is urging citizens to show compassion after pictures of Maxie Cuffie surfaced on social me ...
World Bank Expects Migrants will Send Home $485 Billion USD This Year, an Increase from Last Year’s $466 Billion.

World Bank Expects Migrants will Send Home $485 Billion USD This Year, an Increase from Last Year’s $466 Billion.

The world’s 266 million migrant workers sent a record $466 billion to developing countries last year following two consecutive declines and the money ...
Customs Officer Reportedly Held at Piarco Airport with US $150K

Customs Officer Reportedly Held at Piarco Airport with US $150K

A Customs Officer with over 13 years service is said to be aiding police with inquiries after he was allegedly held receiving a package which cont ...
8 Foreign Business Trips by the PM and his Contingent Racks Up A Hefty Bill.

8 Foreign Business Trips by the PM and his Contingent Racks Up A Hefty Bill.

The Senate is told that it cost tax payers$2,20,323.00 to fund the Prime Minister’s eight trips aboard on official business for the June 1st, 2016 ...
Trade Minister Anticipates Income Generation from NAPA Carnival Market.

Trade Minister Anticipates Income Generation from NAPA Carnival Market.

Trade and Industry Minister, Paula Gopee-Scoon, is of the view that the Carnival Market at the National Academy for the Performing Arts in Port of Spa ...
New ‘Rules’ Threaten Credit Unions’ Ability to Make Surplus. Union Leader Speaks Out.

New ‘Rules’ Threaten Credit Unions’ Ability to Make Surplus. Union Leader Speaks Out.

There is the view from one trade unionist that new rules targeting the credit union movement will affect their ability to make surplus and reduce ...
WASA Will Treat With Debt Owned to the Utility, In A Responsible Way, Says Minister.

WASA Will Treat With Debt Owned to the Utility, In A Responsible Way, Says Minister.

Minister of Public Utilities, Robert Le Hunte, is assuring the public that the Water and Sewage Authority will exercise discretion as it seeks to coll ...
Billions Owed to Contractors Still. CATT President Hopes Government Pays Up in 2018.

Billions Owed to Contractors Still. CATT President Hopes Government Pays Up in 2018.

The Contractors Association of Trinidad and Tobago is hoping that early next year the government will be in a position to pay the outstanding four bil ...
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