The Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union (OWTU) was ready to sign off the final documents presented by the Government to acquire Petrotrin oil refinery, but where it stands right now, there is no deal.
THE Covid-19 pandemic has created a global health and economic crisis, effectively placing nearly all countries in the same Covid-19 storm. However, not all countries are in the same boat, as some are more resilient than others.
As Trinidad and Tobago enters its sixth month of dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic, Sunday Express investigations have placed the total cost to taxpayers of direct pandemic relief so far at about $4 billion.
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has rubbished Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s claim that if elected, her Government would raid the funds of the Unit Trust Corporation (UTC) and the National Insurance Board (NIB).
Republic Financial Holdings Ltd (RFHL), the parent company of Republic Bank, has announced a profit attributable to shareholders of $774 million for the nine-month pe…
A brand new international hotel, which boasts of 72 guest rooms, is coming to Tobago.
The hotel, Comfort Inn & Suites, will be opened soon in downtown Scarborough.
SALES of new cars in T&T declined by 33.9 per cent in June, the first month the industry sold any vehicles after the two-month lockdown, caused by the public health restrictions imposed by the Government to reduce the spread of the deadly Covid-19 pandemic.
SELF-MADE businessman Darryl Friday is the defination of a true rags-to-riches story.
T&T’s YACHTING industry is on the brink of collapse due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Yacht Services Association of Trinidad and Tobago noted that the industry was already on the decline within the last few years, and the situation has now been exacerbated as no foreign yachts are allowed to enter T&T waters due to the closure of borders.
T&T’s COCOA industry sector is changing. More and smaller scale producers are coming online with chocolate-making machinery that used to be very expensive, and large scale machines are becoming more affordable and practical to use. This has sprouted batch producers from the Caribbean, Pacific and all along the equator. We in Trinidad and Tobago are at the heart of this new wave and we are riding it.