Category Archives: Business News
Hiring practices at Caribbean Airlines come under scrutiny by a Joint Select Committee of the parliament.
Amid an acute national shortage of banknotes, the town of Elorza in western Venezuela has started issuing its own paper currency.
The Energy Minister is expressing frustration with the billions of dollars in revenue owed by Petrotrin.
Allison Lewis says she has done her best as chairman of the Port Authority, and it is now time to let someone else continue the work.
A pipeline from the Pointe-a-Pierre Refinery to Caroni will open around the middle of this year.
Tobago Business Community contemplating bringing legal action against the T&T government because of air & sea bridge woes
Chairman of the Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce Demi-John Cruickshank estimates that Tobago businesses have lost as much as $700 million in the last year as a direct result of ongoing challenges with both the air and sea bridge.
Levi jeans and bourbon could be hit with a 25% import tax by the European Union if President Donald Trump imposes tariffs on European steel and aluminium.
Trading activity on the First Tier Market registered a volume of 231,550 shares crossing the floor of the Exchange valued at $3,475,293.71.
Jamaican manufacturers to approach Anti-Dumping and Subsidies Commission after accusing T&T of “dumping” flour onto local market
Jamaican manufacturers say they intend to approach the island’s Anti-Dumping and Subsidies Commission after accusing their Trinidad and Tobago counterparts of “dumping” flour onto the local market. Dumping is a kind of predatory pricing, when manufacturers export a product … Continue reading
There is a call for new legislation to make the Bureau of Standards more effective.