Category Archives: Business News
Thermal scanners are to be employed by Caribbean Airlines in its bid to control the spread of COVID-19. Speaking with Newscentre 5 yesterday head of Corporate Communications Dionne Ligoure said that the scanners are for the Piarco head office in … Continue reading
The Finance Minister is seeking to clear the air on the criteria for businesses to secure VAT refunds. During a media briefing yesterday Minister Colm Imbert said there was a circular notice by a private accounting firm on the issue … Continue reading
The Caribbean Development Bank says many Caribbean countries will experience a general decline in economic activity in the coming months in light of COVID-19’s impact. In a release the CDB, many of these countries, including those, which will be supported … Continue reading
The West Indian Tobacco Company Ltd records a profit after tax of $105 million for the 3 months ended 31st March 2020.
A $700,000 donation of charity from RBC Royal Bank to the Red Cross Society of Trinidad and Tobago
The Trade Minister is seeking to allay the concerns of those who feel small businesses should have been allowed to operate as part of the government’s phase one lifting of restrictions.
Chief Executive Officer of the First Citizens Group Karen Darbasie has been appointed as the new President of the Bankers Association of T&T (BATT).
A high level international forum on US-China economic relations has ended in Hong Kong with calls for continued collaboration between the world’s top two economies.
T&T could earn as much as $10 billion over the next 9 years following the signing of a deal between government and Royal Dutch Shell.
Trade and Industry Minister, Paula Gopee-Scoon is promoting T&T’s investment opportunities to US firms interested in expanding their businesses in the Caribbean.