Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and a high-powered ministerial team will sit today for talks with the business community in Tobago.
Stakeholders in Tobago told the T&T Guardian they will be going to the talks armed with folders of documents on just how the island, which is dependent on the tourism product, has suffered in the past year because of problems on the seabridge which contributed to problems on the airbridge.
The American Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad and Tobago says the appointment of a Procurement Board is a move in the right direction.
The board was appointed on Friday by President Anthony Carmona.
AMCHAM T&T issued a statement on it today.
"The American Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad & Tobago (AMCHAM T&T) would like to congratulate His Excellency the President for the appointment Procurement Board and its Chairman, the Procurement Regulator.
We also take this opportunity to extend our best wishes to all members of the Board.
The Downtown Owners and Merchants Association (DOMA) says there is a need for less control of foreign exchange distribution, and not more.
The comments comes as DOMA says it has taken note of remarks made by the Finance Minister suggesting the need for more control.
DOMA issued the following statement on Thursday;
Locally-produced Angostura bitters has topped the world as the number one selling bitters and number one trending bitters.
Angostura issued a statement on Thursday saying that Drinks International has released its Annual Bar Report 2018 and Angostura has swept both of the categories.
Drinks International is one of the most trusted and respected global drinks journals.
Its Annual Bar Report provides a snapshot of the buying habits of elite bars around the world.