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Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Once again WASA needs $1.8bn from gov't to run its operations

WASA is projecting to spend more money than it's estimated to earn in fiscal 2019.

And once again it is...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Petrotrin is asking contractors for 20% discount

Petrotrin is asking contractors for 20% discount

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: NGC and Nutrien sign gas deal after tough negotiations

Twenty four months after negotiations started the National Gas Company has signed a gas sales agreement with Nutrien...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Natural gas production falls to 3.5 billion standard cubic feet

Latest data coming out of the ministry of energy indicates that natural gas production is down.

But the...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: PM says budget coming end of September

An international accounting firm has opened its doors here in Trinidad and Tobago.

Crowe-Horwath says it...

Embedded thumbnail for  Business Watch: FCB and Republic Bank say their customers have access to bathroom facilities

Two major commercial banks are saying that their customers have access to bathroom facilities at their banks.

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Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: BATT fears relationships with some int'l banks might be lost

The Bankers Association is saying that even though the income tax amendment bill has been passed.

There is no...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Crude oil production drops, exports increases

T&T's oil export saw a significant increase in the month of may compared to 2017 but crude oil production...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Economist says issuing bonds through NIF is irresponsible

One economist is questioning why the government...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Insurance premiums on motor vehicles down 50%

Insurance premiums on motor vehicles have fallen by as much as 50 percent in recent times.

And while it's...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Stakeholders say Gov't should accept responsibility for Sandals exit

 Stakeholders say Gov't should accept responsibility for Sandals exit

Embedded thumbnail for Opposition MP accuses Nutrimix of not having approvals for its $30m hatchery

One opposition MP is questioning whether the Nutrimix group of companies was granted the necessary approvals for its...

In the next two weeks, RBC royal bank will stop cashing...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Tobago Chamber - "Gov't needs to get serious"

Judy Kanhai speaks to Claude Benoit, Chairman of the Tobago Division of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce about...

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