While things are a little bit uncomfortable for stakeholders in Tobago at present it’s only for a
Deputy Chief Secretary and Secretary of Finance and the Economy in Tobago Joel Jack says that while
things are a bit strained at the moment, barges that are being used at the moment to transport cargo
from Port of Spain to cargo will only be used for a short period of time.
Speaking on the Power Breakfast Morning Show on Power 102.1fm today, Jack revealed that while the
business community is feeling the pinch, persons in Tobago are adjusting to the situation.
He said that he’s confident that things would be sorted out before the end of the year.
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