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Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Le Hunte says TSTT cannot continue to operate in its present form.

The public utilities minister is saying that TSTT cannot continue to operate in its present form.

And that as...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: T&T perceived to be less corrupt according to 2017 Corruption Perceptions Index

Trinidad and Tobago is perceived as being less corrupt than it was in 2016. This, according to the 2017 corruption...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: High Court grants Gov't permission to liquidate CL Financial

The assets of CL Financial can now be liquidated.

This as the high court ruled this afternoon to allow the...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Central Bank yet to get relevant data on Petrotrin

The Central Bank governor says stakeholders including parliamentarians need to work together to come up with a...

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The Bankers Association says people are already looking to...

Come March 1st Flow customers will pay as much as $70 more for broadband services.

The telecommunications...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Mid-year budget review coming in May

 Mid-year budget review coming in May

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Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: First Citizens yet to decide on increasing fees

One local businessman is saying that the incentives provided by the government make it easier to invest in this...

The Central Bank says it is yet to get an application for a Forex license to be given to Exim Bank.

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Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: T&T imported more products from Africa than it exported over the last couple years

The trade and industry minister says there is a trade...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Small family businesses urged to have good corporate governance

Small and family-owned businesses are being advised to adopt proper corporate governance practices.

This as...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Petrotrin has to make tough choice

Judy Kanhai discusses the future of Petrotrin with its chairman Wilfred Espinet.

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Gov't could face political backlash from closure of refinery

A former finance minister and an economist are saying that the government was left with no other choice but to close...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Petrotrin's monthly overtime bill is $22m

Petrotrin's monthly overtime bill is $22m

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