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Business Content from Trinidad & Tobago

Pain meds prices should not increase says trade ministry

The Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) is giving assurances that popular pain medications, such as the Panadol brand, should not see price increases, because of recent CARICOM trade decisions.

Manufacturers support trade ministry action on cement industry

The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers Association (TTMA) has come out in support of recent moves by the Ministry of Trade and Industry to ensure fair trade practices in the cement industry.

Deputy chairman of Procurement Board resigns

James Chang Kit has tendered his resignation as deputy chairman of the Procurement Regulation board, following what he claims was the "final emasculation" of the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Property Act, 2015 by the Government.

T&T Spirit sailing time change on Saturday

The Trinidad and Tobago Inter-island Transportation Co. Ltd. (TTIT) has advised of a change to the scheduled sailing time of the T&T Spirit from Port of Spain, tomorrow, Saturday 2nd January 2021.

TCL launches portal to allow customers to track their cement deliveries...

Leveraging the innovative technology of its parent company CEMEX, Trinidad Cement Limited is now giving customers the opportunity to have real time access to...

CPO: Civil Service job evaluation project on track

The Chief Personnel Officer (CPO), Commander Dr Daryl Dindial, has advised that the Civil Service Job Evaluation Exercise that started on the 1st of...

Normalisation of feed supply expected in two weeks

National Flour Mills Limited (NFM) has advised the general public that the animal feed market is currently facing shortages of some feed types due...

Massy Group gives US$1 million to stimulate entrepreneurship

The Massy Group is set to assist entrepreneurial growth throughout the Caribbean by providing over $6.5 million in funding the newly formed Social Enterprise,...

ANSA donates 100 tablets to Jamaican schools

The ANSA McAL Group has donated 100 electronic tablets to 10 schools in Jamaica. Berger Paints Jamaica, a subsidiary of the ANSA McAL Group, donated...

Watch your credit card use—financial analyst

One financial analyst is warning people about credit card use in the new year, urging them to be wise in how they use it.


Man drives over ‘garbage’ not realizing it was a body

A 49-year-old Matura man is the country's latest road fatality victim.

90 ongoing projects as Ministry prepares for school reopenings

[email protected] Over 90 projects are ongoing at the nation’s schools as the Ministry of Education gets ready for the possible physical reopening of schools...

T&T stops added to Royal Caribbean winter cruise

People looking to sail the seas for leisure when the dangers of COVID-19 have ceased will have a choice of boarding a cruise ship...

2 charged with drug trafficking in Maraval

Police arrested two men during what investigators claim was a drug trafficking deal in Maraval. Benjamin Martin, 30, of Catalina Court, Haleland Park, Saddle Road,...

UNC: We did more for Tobago than PNM

The United National Congress (UNC) has condemned recent statements made on the political platform by PNM Tobago Council leader, Tracy Davidson-Celestine, concerning the UNC’s dealings with Tobago, dismissing her claims as ‘racist rhetoric’.