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Business Content from Trinidad & Tobago

$500m never converted

Police, the Financial Intelligence Bureau (FIB) and the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) may currently be exploring who has the “missing” $500 million missing in...

Property developer wins appeal in battle over CLF lands

A property development company has won a legal victory in its bid to purchase 16 acres of land from a subsidiary of CL Financial...

Business Watch: UWI partners with Canadian University

The national training agency says it is making training for steel pan manufacturing industry a priority. And UWI has partnered with...

Business Watch: Scotiabank prepared for Covid-19

After recording increased profits, one bank says it is monitoring the potential impact of covid-19 on its operations in T&T

Energy Minister: We could be hurt severely

[email protected] Energy Minister Franklin Khan has admitted that if the ongoing price-war between Saudi Arabia and Russia continues for a prolonged period this country could...

New food strip for Chaguanas

The Chaguanas Borough Corporation (CBC) has undertaken an ambitious programme that would benefit over 100 entrepreneurs. In an exclusive with Guardian Media, Mayor...

PPGPL acquires US company

[email protected] Phoenix Park Gas Processors Ltd (PPGPL) through its wholly owned US subsidiary, Phoenix Park Energy Marketing LLC has acquired the NGL marketing assets of...

Guyana open for business, Granger tells Sabga

President David Granger on Thursday received a courtesy call from Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ansa McAl Group of Companies Anthony Sabga III...

China not upset by TT’s travel restriction

China’s Ambassador to this country Song Yumin said the relationship between Trinidad and Tobago and China remains strong. In an exclusive interview with Guardian Media,...

First Citizens cautiously optimistic about T&T’s economic outlook

[email protected] First Citizens Bank is optimistic about the outlook for the T&T economy according to its CEO Karen Darbasie. However, the group is still mindful...



Penal residents complain of rising crime

Shastri Boodan Residents of Tulsa Trace, San Francique Road, Penal spent a greater part of yesterday's holiday either worrying or securing their premises because of...

Woman awaiting medical assistance dies

Relatives of a 63-year-old Plymouth woman claim her chances of surviving a dangerous fall were reduced because of a long wait time for medical...

No ransom request for Sangre Grande businesswoman

Relatives of a Sangre Grande businesswoman, who was kidnapped outside her family’s supermarket on Wednesday morning, are yet to receive a ransom request. Police...

Griffith slams critics of DSS raid

Anna-Lisa Paul Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has asked those challenging his officers’ decision to raid and seize funds from the Drugs Sou Sou in La...

PM Rowley praises T&T’s resilience

PM’s Republic Day message: It is my pleasure today to salute — on behalf of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago, my own family,...