SEVEN non-governmental organisations representing business, labour and the construction industry are calling on the Government not to amend the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Property Act to remove government-to-government arrangements and PPPs from the purview of the Office of Pr…
Publicly listed TTNGL’s profits declined last year because the international prices of its three products—natural gas liquids propane, butane and natural gasoline—have tumbled, said Dominic Rampersad, president of Phoenix Park Gas Processors Ltd (PPGPL) yesterday.
TRINIDAD and Tobago’s net official foreign reserves declined by 8.5 per cent in 2019, dropping from US$7.57 billion at the start of last year to US$6.92 billion at the end of it, according to data from the Central Bank.
SMALL and medium-sized builders are the target of the Housing Development Corporation’s (HDC) latest housing initiative.
Countries around the world throw away millions of tonnes of plastic trash every year. Finding ways to manage plastic waste is daunting even for wealthy nations, but for smaller and less-developed countries it can be overwhelming.
WITH THE emergence and phenomenal growth of financial technology (FinTech) globally, there has been the rise of automated advice tools or what is otherwise referred to as ‘robo-advisers’.
THE Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Commerce is calling on National Security Minister Stuart Young to “acknowledge” that this country is, in fact, in crisis due to crime.
This week, we at Bourse review the performance of both the local and international fixed-income market for 2019 and consider the investor outlook for bonds in the year ahead.
NATIONAL carrier Caribbean Airlines (CAL) is looking to lease new ATR aircraft to add to its current fleet of five. CAL, in response to questions from the Sunday Express, confirmed that the airline will lease ATR aircraft to enhance the operation of the air bridge and other routes.