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Business Content from Trinidad & Tobago

BHP continues its deepwater exploration

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[email protected] Australian Outfit BHP Billiton has discovered between 5 and 6.6 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of natural gas in T&T’s deepwater, according to Energy Minister...

Central Bank paints gloomy economic picture

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[email protected] Prospects for the domestic economy are anticipated to be stymied over the short- to medium-term as uncertainties surrounding the coronavirus pandemic weigh on global...

World Bank VP: Rebuilding the region’s economic future must include climate...

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[email protected] Economic reconstruction in the Caribbean post-COVID-19 cannot be done without the consideration and inclusion of climate change. This is the contention of Carlos Felipe Jaramillo,...

Major oil and gas announcement expected

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Lead Editor Business [email protected] Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is expected to make a major announcement on oil and gas exploration success when he holds a...

Government confirms CL Marine purchase

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The Government has confirmed that it has purchased CL Marine Limited and its subsidiaries, and that it may play a role in the country’s economic diversification thrust.

Tobago’s failure and the lessons we must learn

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The revelation that having spent $70 million on a Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory for the Tobago General Hospital, the lab remains shut to nationals, is...

BpTT gets 10 years extension to licenses in T&T

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[email protected] Energy giant bpTT has been given a 10-year extension on 92 of its exploration and production licences in the Columbus Basin. And as a result...

Mastercard, WiPay partner to advance E payments across the Caribbean

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[email protected] Technology giant Mastercard has announced its partnership with WiPay, building on its strategic plan to evolve and develop its presence in the Caribbean. A statement...

Mastercard, WiPay partner to advance electronic payments across the Caribbean

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Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica are among the first Caribbean countries to benefit from a new partnership between Mastercard (the American multinational financial services corporation) and WiPay (the Caribbean’s leading fintech company).

Nigel Romano is new NIPDEC chairman

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Nigel Romano has been appointed the chairman of the board of the National Insurance Property Development Company Limited (NIPDEC). His appointment as chairman of...

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Penal residents complain of rising crime

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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...
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Woman awaiting medical assistance dies

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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...
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No ransom request for Sangre Grande businesswoman

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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...
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Griffith slams critics of DSS raid

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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...
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PM Rowley praises T&T’s resilience

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