DESPITE the economic challenges brought on by Covid-19 pandemic, Ronco Oil and Gas Ltd, located on Woodford Street, Newtown, Port of Spain, is forging ahead and is ho…

ESAU Oilfield Supplies Company (Esau) has entered into a strategic partnership with Dubai-based, OES Asset Integrity Management (OES).Director of Esau, Peter Ghany to…

TELECOMMUNICATIONS provider Green Dot Ltd is growing at an “astronomical rate” in this Covid-19-affected period because of new technology that allows it to provide it…

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T&T Securities and Exchange CommissionTHE GLOBAL financial crisis of 2008 underscored the need for greater emphasis on strengthening investor protection mechanism…

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THE CONCEPT of green consumption first appeared in the 1960s and 70s as consumers began to seek out products manufactured in a manner that protected the natural envir…

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Lifeguards have finally been promised to have an audience with Minister of National Security, Stuart Young, after taking industrial action yesterday at the Las Cuevas…

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The positive momentum that characterised the domestic stock market in 2019 was not seen in 2020. Local stocks rallied in 2019, with all the indices posting positive returns, driven by the Cross-Listed Index that advanced by 19 per cent, while the All Trinidad and Tobago Index increased by 9.6 per cent.

FACED with a sharp decline in profits, the publicly-traded Endeavour Holdings Ltd (EHL) reached out to majority State-owed First Citizens to rearrange the terms of a $400 million bond “in order to assist in the preservation of its cash flow”.

Amalgamated Security Services director, John Aboud and property developer, Anthony Rahael, are the main shareholders of Endeavour Holdings, which was listed as an SME (Small and Medium Enterprise) on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on December 12, 2019. Aboud and Rahael together indirectly own 59 per cent of Endeavour ABRA Holdings, which owns 97.32 per cent of the public company.

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AFTER two months of the ban on the sale of alcohol at restaurants that offer in-house dining, restaurateurs are hopeful that sale of alcohol can resume as their revenue has been cut by between 40 and 70 per cent.

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