Andrea Perez-Sobers

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 hopeful that this year the energy sector will regain sustainability.

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Forty-two employees of the eco-lodge at the Asa Wright Nature Centre have been terminated.

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SHOCKED and flabbergasted.

That is how North Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA) chief executive officer Davlin Thomas felt whilst reading the Sunday Express lead story yesterday in which outpatients related their agony of having to wait long periods for health care at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Mt Hope.

Most outpatients interviewed by the Express over the last few weeks expressed continued frustration over postponements of appointments.

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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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TWO foreign yacht owners are appealing to the Government to relax its border restrictions and allow the entry of international yachts, as the …

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DIGICEL Play, which is now Digicel+, has reached 100,000 customers in Trinidad and Tobago in just five years and it is meeting its profit target year on year.

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TWO economists are predicting a challenging 2021 for Trinidad and Tobago, as the Covid-19 pandemic is still having a major impact on economic growth globally.

Speaking to Express Business on the economic outlook, Dr Indera Sagewan said she does not anticipate positive growth for this year, even though a vaccine is on the horizon.

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Deputy chairman of the Procurement Regulation board James Chang Kit has tendered his resignation, with immediate effect, as he cited the Publi…

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WITH four cargo shipping lines announcing that come January 17, 2021, all freight charges for goods imported into Trinidad must be paid in US dollars, the business community is bracing for the negative impact that decision will have on imports and exports and are even calling for local importers to temporarily boycott these shipping lines.

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