Business Watch: Gov't spends $200 million on cancer treatments annually

Date: 
Wednesday, October 26, 2016 - 22:45

Cancer is one of the top three diseases in T&T and it comes with a hefty bill.

It costs the state over $110 million annually to treat cancer patients.

And West Indian Tobacco is reporting a 5 percent increase in profit after tax for a nine-month period.

Judy Kanhai has the details in  Business watch.