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Investors have five business days left, including today, to lodge applications for shares in Trinidad and Tobago NGL Limiteds (TTNGL) Additional Public Offering (APO).

The National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (NGC) and EOG Resources Trinidad Limited (EOG) have signed a gas contract for future domestic supplies.

Is man solely an economic creature, acting in a manner that will best maximize the satisfaction of his wants and needs? Or are his economic strivings driven by a host of complex, intersecting and competing motivations? Do these underlying factors make him, and by extension, his country, a stronger, faster economic animal? Conversely, do they also h(...)

In a country named after the Trinity, the three preceding Ps form a trinity of their own.

Crime in Trinidad and Tobago continues to be of grave concern to all of us who live here.

Corporate culture is a key issue for businesses around the world. With this in mind, a crucial part of risk management is the assessment of the control environment, which includes culture and ethics. For this reason, management accountants play a vital role in tackling and informing corporate behaviours and culture. While organisations will have se(...)

Public spaces are shared areas that are frequently used by members of the community. Such spaces can include open-area parks or savannahs, restaurants, airports, and includes spaces within public and private transport vehicles.

On May 29, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley went to the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) to get assistance, using their research, as we move to expand our economic base.

There has been significant growth in the number of companies using closed-circuit television (CCTV), also known as video surveillance, in areas that have higher risks of property loss, damage or human injury which drive up business costs.

The Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley, paid an official visit to Chile where he had discussions with Alicia Brcena, executive secretary of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). Brcena highlighted that Caribbean territories suffer from the triple vulnerability of climate change, difficulties financing economies, and hi(...)

Question: Dear AFETT, I want to express my individuality and sense of style in the way I dress, but I also want to be taken seriously as a professional.

A reader asked me the following questions: Is driving a backhoe slowly on the highway an offence?



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