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Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Tobago hoteliers say gov't to blame for their financial problems

The Tobago Hotel and Tourism Association is saying the government needs to accept responsibility for the financial...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Foreign reserves down to US$7.8bn

This country's foreign reserves have declined once again with an import cover of 8.6 months.

And the OWTU...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: ANSA McAL says local economy is improving

Chairman of the ANSA McAL group is tonight saying that there is a slight improvement in the local economy. 

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Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Banks yet to decide on increasing interest rates

The Bankers Association says that any increase in interest rates would depend on several factors and it's making it...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: T&T's net official reserves fall to US$7.6B

This country's net official reserves continue to decline.

The central bank indicates that T&T has just...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: TTMA wants meeting with Central Bank to discuss FOREX

The new president of the manufacturers association is saying the TTMA needs to meet with the Central Bank, and the...

Despite the depressed economy, the ANSA McAL group of companies says it was able to increase its revenue for 2017....

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Gov't to spend more on transfer & subsidies in 2019

The government is projecting to spend almost $23bn on transfers and subsidies in fiscal 2019.

And it's...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: MIC Institute of Technology to offer VESEP to staff on Monday

As the prime minister continues to hold talks with energy companies in Houston Texas, the national gas company says...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Crude oil production down to 65,000 barrels per day

Crude oil production down to 65,000 barrels per day

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

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Outgoing Scotiabank head: Nobody wants to come to Trinidad to be taxed 35%

Business Watch: Outgoing Scotiabank head: Nobody wants to come to Trinidad to be taxed 35%

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