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Trinidad & Tobago lost its US$822 million trade surplus with South Korea

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Thursday, November 02 2017 @ 10:17 AM AST Contributed by: michaelariston Views: 64 As the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Direction of Trade Statistics (DOTS) chart below shows, the deficit is relatively small but still, Trinidad & Tobago is now importing more from than it was exporting to Korea. In 2012, the Korean embassy in Port Read More

Trinidad police hold suspect in murder of Dominican

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Brewster was killed in Trinidad. Photo: Trinidad Guardian One man is in custody assisting police with their investigations into the murder of Dominican national Chriss Brewster and her landlord Peter Ferdinand Felix. According to police, the man was held on Tuesday and taken to the St Joseph Police Station to be transferred to the Homicide Read More

Boyfriend confesses to killing Dominican in Trinidad

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Autopsy shows Brewster’s throat was slit from ear to ear The boyfriend of a Dominican murdered in Trinidad has confessed to the crime, the Trinidad and Tobago Newsday is reporting. According to the newspaper, the 24-year-old man has confessed to police that he slit the throat of Chriss Brewster who he had been dating for Read More

Venezuela consolidates cooperation alliance with Trinidad and Tobago

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Nov. 2, CMC – The government of Venezuela has pledged to strengthen relations with Trinidad and Tobago. This was the outcome of a meeting held here on Wednesday between Venezuela’s  Minister of Foreign Affairs Jorge Arreaza Montserrat and his Trinidadian counterpart, Dennis Moses. Accompanied by other representatives from the South American Read More

Trinidad & Tobago falls 6 spots in Ease of Doing Business

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Wednesday, November 01 2017 @ 06:37 PM AST Contributed by: DeoBhagan Views: 51 As they are among the tools investors and creditors use, the reports are dated for the incoming year when they are released. This year’s report noted that Trinidad & Tobago’s government made doing business more difficult as it increased taxes. The report Read More

Trinidad & Tobago has lost its trade surplus with Korea

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Thursday, November 02 2017 @ 03:27 AM AST Contributed by: michaelariston Views: 45 As the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Direction of Trade Statistics (DOTS) chart below shows, the deficit is relatively small but still, Trinidad & Tobago is now importing more from than it was exporting to Korea. In 2012, the Korean embassy in Port Read More

Trinidad and Tobago’s Dylan Carter wins Gold at College Challenge

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Dylan Carter wins Gold In The 800 And 400 Yard Freestyle Relay LOS ANGELES – The 2017 edition of the USA College challenge saw the CARIFTA region represented by Trinidad and Tobago’s Dylan Carter. The meet format has members of the United States National Team competing against college swimmers from a specific conference in a Read More

Trinidad & Tobago’s safest places from hurricanes, earthquakes

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Wednesday, November 01 2017 @ 04:10 PM AST Contributed by: AleemKhan Views: 73 Th nature of climate change is precisely that it is characterized by ‘change’. However, based on historical data (see heat maps below), the safest places in Trinidad and Tobago to get away from hurricanes and earthquakes appear to be Icacos and Cedros. Read More