Govít rejects 'dirty money' blacklisting
Posted: Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Govít rejects 'dirty money' blacklisting by European Commission
Finance Minister Colm Imbert said government stands with the US in rejecting the blacklisting of Trinidad and Tobago and American territories by the European Commission.
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