Following the announcements made in the 2019/20 budget presentation, in October, due to come into effect in December, Akins Vidale, a lecturer at the Cipriani College of Labour and Co-operative Studies, and international financial consultant, Inshan Meahjohn, explain why an increase in the minimum wage does not necessarily mean job cuts.
We hear the closing moments of the recent presentation by Trade and Industry minister, Paula Gopee-Scoon, on Trinidad+Tobago’s 2019-2023 Trade Policy.
And measure the socio-economic impact of work by foundations to improve the lives of those without the means to do so, with Colvin Blaize, incorporator of one of them, the I.T. McLeod Foundation