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There are two things that this country tends to shy away from, the first is implementing plans and the second is embracing business and the private sector.
The Energy Chamber has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname N.V (Staatsolie) to collaborate on building health, safety and environmental (HSE) capacity in the Surinamese oil and gas sector.
In a statement the Ministry of Planning and Development said projects will be developed using public private partnerships, adding that some of the proposed sites include The Memorial Plaza Project, Salvatori Building Project, Piccadilly Development Project, The Foreshore Green Park Development, City Gate Development and Colville Street Development – The PowerGen Site.
Former Public Utilities Minister Robert Le Hunte has returned to the private sector. He has been appointed Financial Services Advisor at Ansa McAL Limited effective November 1.
The impact of COVID-19 on the countries of the region has been likened by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to a heart attack.
The JMMB Group believes that increased focus on digitisation, improved operational efficiency and inorganic growth are key imperatives to drive its profitability in Jamaica, the Dominican Republic and T&T over this financial year and beyond.
In preparation for the anticipated reopening of T&T’s borders and to maximise public health best practices in the tourism and hospitality sector, Tourism Trinidad Limited (TTL), in collaboration with the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA), hosted a Train the Trainer Webinar titled “COVID-19 Health Guidelines for Reopening the Tourism Sector & the Tourism Health Information System”.
The T&T Chamber of Industry and Commerce has announced that Ramps Logistics Limited has been awarded “Internationally Known...T&T Owned Company of the Year” of the 2020 Champions of Business Awards.
The Chairman of National Enterprises Ltd (NEL) Ingrid Lashley has contended that the company would not be best served by a long term diversification strategy.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) now expects T&T’s economy to decline by a massive 5.6 percent, this is a larger contraction than the Fund had originally predicted.
Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley delivered an inspiring speech that was aimed at encouraging the peoples of the Caribbean to see that this place we call home has the potential for great things.
Chairman of the The Trinidad and Tobago Beverage Alcohol Alliance (TTBAA) Dr Patrick Antoine has called for the re-opening of food and beverage entities in T&T.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) T&T has argued that the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated changes in how and where we work, noting that for many organisations the crisis has brought to the fore the discrepancy between the skills people have and those needed for jobs in the digital world.
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