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Brace for higher vegetable prices in the market this weekend.

Vendors say while prices were beginning an...

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 Several reports of price gouging after weekend floods

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: TTMA condemns price gouging

The manufacturers association is calling on unscrupulous retailers to stop taking advantage of flood victims by...

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More and more businesses are coming together to assist flood victims.

In fact, one bookstore is offering...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Le Hunte says TSTT cannot continue to operate in its present form.

The public utilities minister is saying that TSTT cannot continue to operate in its present form.

And that as...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Young explains why two Petrotrin directors are also on the board of the new entities

The communications minister is making it clear that nothing is wrong in having two directors of Petrotrin appointed...

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Gov't can't release details on Sandals

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Lok Jack GSB lecturer questions why T&T is borrowing to fund transfers and subsidies

The head of JMMB Bank T&T drew reference to Petrotrin as he says companies must have the right people and...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Economist calls for fair re-employment process at the two new state companies

As the government launches two new companies to replace Petrotrin, one economist is commending them for the speed at...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Sandals says it will be transparent once a deal is signed with the T&T Gov't

Judy Kanhai and cameraman Michael Ramsingh spent the day in Barbados with Sandals resorts CEO and chairman.

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Some top level managers at Petrotrin get over $2M in termination packages

Some top-level managers at Petrotrin get over $2M in termination pkg. 

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: Gov't to spend more on transfer & subsidies in 2019

The government is projecting to spend almost $23bn on transfers and subsidies in fiscal 2019.

And it's...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Trade Minister says Gov't can pay political price over Petrotrin

The Finance Minister is making it clear that while there will be no increases in certain taxes going forward, it...

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