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Economic 'red flags'
Posted: Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Economic 'red flags': MP calls on Gov't to avert looming disaster
"According to the latest statistics from the central bank, as of December 2023, net foreign reserves have plummeted to a distressing US$6,257.9 million, the lowest since 2006, beckoning real concerns of a severe foreign exchange shortage," Tancoo noted.

Trinidad and Tobago's forex crisis: A closer look
THE ASSERTION by economist Dr Terrence Farrell that Trinidad and Tobago is not currently experiencing a foreign exchange crisis may be met with scepticism by many who find themselves struggling to access foreign currency.

THA: Barbados Bay Fish Facility will boost food security
At a joint select committee meeting on January 24, THA agro-investment specialist Karen Shaw revealed that there is 20 per cent food security on the island.

Green transition through Govt and private sector urged

EMA: 'Unhealthy' air quality levels recorded in POS
Air quality levels are currently in orange and red in parts as Trinidad as the country battles with an intense Saharan dust surge.

Minister assures: Grants are not free money
MYDNS, NEDCO to offer business grants for up to 1000 qualified citizens

Vintage Carnival memories of Blakie the Warlord coming to stage
The play is based primarily on a true story of Blakie (Carlton Joseph), the man with the infectious laugh and one of the greatest exponents of the artform who achieved major success from the 1950s onwards.

Mical Teja wins 2024 Young Kings title
Mical Teja swept to victory in the 2024 Young Kings competition with his megahit "DNA".

$70,000 reward for information on police officer's murder
Crime Stoppers and TTPS are asking the public for assistance

Joel King acquitted at judge-only trial
Justice Kathy Ann Waterman-Latchoo said the identification evidence of the State's main witnesses was unreliable.

It was the State's case that King shot Nkosi Harricharan on April 15, 2014, at Hermitage Road, Belmont.

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