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GML begins budget coverage
Starting tomorrow, Guardian Media Ltd is embarking on an ambitious and unprecedented attempt to deepen and broaden its coverage of the national budget. With one week to go before Minister of Finance Larry Howai delivers the 2014 budget, reporters, editors, researchers, designers and other journalists from the Trinidad and Tobago Guardian, CNC3 television, the GML radio stations and the company’s online presence are hard at work.
The results of that work will be on your television screens, in your daily newspaper and available on your favourite media house Web site from tomorrow, September 2, to September 15. The product will provide the population with information, insight and analysis on several of the key themes of the budget including:
• Where does T&T get the money to build roads, pay public servant salaries and fund the dozens of social projects that are on the Government’s books?
• What ministries get the most money?
If you have ever questioned whether you are getting value for money from the taxes you pay or if the gasoline subsidy or GATE are sustainable, you would want to make sure and buy your Guardian every day for the next fortnight and watch the relevant programming on CNC3. If you have questioned whether the last three years of the People’s Partnership administration have been better than the previous three years of the People’s National Movement, look for the answers in this newspaper and on CNC3.
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