Business

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Govt looks to Puerto Rico for trading opportunities

The Institute of Chartered Accountants explores the use of cryptocurrency and government looks to Puerto Rico for...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Petrotrin blamed for drop in crude oil production

The Energy Minister says the oil sector is better business than the gas industry in this country due to the various...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Economists support conclusions of Fitch Solutions

Several economists have come out in support of the conclusions of Fitch Solutions which predicts the Trinidad and...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Economist calls for fair re-employment process at the two new state companies

As the government launches two new companies to replace Petrotrin, one economist is commending them for the speed at...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Sandals denies making any secret deal with Gov't

Sandals resorts international is says that it has no secret deal with this country's government.

Sandals say...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: UWI lecturer says now is not the right time to devalue the dollar

There have been arguments for and against the depreciation of the TT dollar in light of the foreign exchange...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Disruptions possible with delays in imported fuel

The Agriculture Minister says instead of debating whether fuel is burning faster, citizens should be more concerned...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: T&T's net official reserves drop below US$8bn

T&T's net official reserves drop below US$8bn

...

Come March 1st Flow customers will pay as much as $70 more for broadband services.

The telecommunications...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Malls project flat sales for Christmas period

The energy minister is saying that over 11 million US dollars was paid to two US firms for consultancy work for...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: NIB wants Finance Minister to increase NIS rates to 15.6% in Budget

NIB wants Finance Minister to increase NIS rates to 15.6% in his next budget.

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: RBC shuts off deposit feature at its ATMs until Tuesday

In the height of the winter period, a French company in Boston imported over 13 billion cubic feet of LNG from this...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Tobago described as "sleeping giant" in regional tourism market

Days after Sandals announced its exit from Tobago, a Caribbean tourism expert says Tobago is a sleeping giant in the...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Banks advised against increasing prime lending rates at this time

One financial analyst says that it's not a good time for banks to increase prime lending rates.

This after...

Pages