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There has been rapid growth in the purchasing of and conversion to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) vehicles. This is according to NGC/CNG president Curtis Mohammed.
People owing WASA money could find themselves facing debt collectors as the Water and Sewerage Authority is seeking to hire a company to retrieve the $700M plus that is owed to the company. Minister of Public Utilities, Robert Le Hunte confirmed this to Guardian Media yesterday in response to notice put out by WASA.
The Industrial Court’s recent decision to discontinue its inquiry into allegations of contempt of court raised by the Joint Trade Union Movement (JTUM) against the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce (TTCIC) has raised more questions than it has provided answers according to a media release yesterday from the T&T Chamber of Industry and Commerce.
Digicel has raised its prices on some of its offerings effective August 15, 2019. In a response to questions by Guardian Media, the company said: “...due to higher programming costs, it became necessary to adjust the prices on some of the packages, which only directly affects around five per cent of our customer base.”
Princes Town is a community named after royalty and steeped in history so rich that legends have been born out of it. The Great Orisha King Papa Neezer and the feared spiritual healer and sorceress Mother Cornhusk frequented this little town which has grown from being a nondescript village to being one of the fastest-growing towns in south Trinidad.
The CARICOM single market and economy (CSME) and CARICOM is not a fantasy but a concrete situation that is moving forward. This is according to CARICOM’s Assistant Secretary-General in the Directorate for Trade and Economic Integration, Joseph Cox.
Norman Sabga, Chairman of the Ansa McAL Group of Companies is attributing the Group’s results for the first half of the financial year to its internal operations and not the macro economy.
The board of Australian outfit BHP has approved its more than $3 billion Ruby and Delaware project in T&T. The company today announced the decision to go ahead with the project which it expects will add 16,000 barrels of oil to T&T’s crude production, or at current levels increase the country’s total production by 27 per cent.
The Chief Executive of Officer of Trinidad Methanol Holding Limited, Dennis Patrick, died at a hospital in the United States after a brief battle with cancer.
Bread is known as the "staff of life" and has been a vital food source for people for thousands of years around the world. Bread is more than just food. The term a person’s "bread and butter" means his or her main source of income, while bread or dough is the slang for money. When people "break bread" they share more than just a meal; they come together in body as well as spirit.
The officially constituted Guaracara Evaluation team scrutinising bidders for sale or lease of the Guaracara Refinery (formerly Petrotrin’s refinery at Point a Pierre) has been mandated to complete its job in the “shortest possible time,”
Will Clico policyholders hold Government to account after the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (CIA) sanctioned former Clico external actuary Paul Ngai last Monday?
NCB Global Finance Limited (NCBGF) has announced that Caribbean Information & Credit Rating Services Limited (CariCRIS) has assigned to it an initial Issuer/Corporate Credit Rating of CariA (Foreign and Local Currency) on the regional rating scale, and ttA on the T&T national scale.
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