T&T Express goes up by a dollar

The cost of the Trinidad and Tobago Express newspaper has increased by one dollar. The Express issued a notice to readers on Wednesday, a day after the Newsday announced its price increase. Both ar...

November 14, 2018
T&T News

Flavorite is back

Flavorite is back in business. And the company is relaunching with its full complement of staff who were kept employed over the period the company was not in operation. Keenon Roper Manager, Group ...

September 05, 2018
Business

EXIM Bank to get forex license soon

Finance Minister and Acting Prime Minister Colm Imbert said the Export Import Bank of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (EXIM Bank) will soon obtain a license to trade in foreign exchange. Speaking at Th...

April 20, 2018
Business

Customs officer held with estimated US$150K

A Customs Officer with over 13 years of service is said to be aiding police with inquiries after he was allegedly held receiving a package which contained an estimated US$150,000. The package was s...

March 15, 2018
Crime

Further slippage in forex reserves expected

Current pressures on the foreign exchange market are not expected to improve in the short term. Central Bank Governor Alvin Hilaire expects a further weakening of foreign exchange reserves by the e...

November 23, 2017
Business

Imbert: Billions borrowed to pay salaries

Finance Minister Colm Imbert today revealed that in 2017 government borrowed billions of dollars to pay public servants. Minister Imbert said, “In the last year I had to go to the banks to borrow t...

October 03, 2017
Business