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As the PNM government celebrates two years in office today, this country's major business groups are tonight rating...

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The finance minister is tonight saying that the government saved thousands of jobs last year when it went to the...

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Money Matters: How a mother of three balances her time and budget

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Higher food prices for Christmas

Higher food prices for Christmas

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Money Matters: The life of a Guyanese woman living in Trinidad

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: La Brea residents say don't blame them for T&T losing Angelin platform

La Brea residents are tonight saying they are not to blame for BPTT's decision to fabricate its Angelin platform...

It's just days before Christmas and many of you are in the height of your Christmas preparations. That's why in...

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One economist is calling on the prime minister to meet with the OWTU president Ancel Roget to avoid any disputes....

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Is Carnival evolving?

Our Business Carnival Post-Mortem takes a look at whether Carnival has been evolving as a contributor to the economy...

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: Microsoft's head says ministers should be paid more

Former chairman of the Economic Development Advisory...

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Money Matters Episode 5

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: More job losses in energy sector

Another energy company is telling its employees that it has no choice but to restructure its operations which would...

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Business Watch: Outgoing Scotiabank head: Nobody wants to come to Trinidad to be taxed 35%

Embedded thumbnail for Business Watch: MIC Institute of Technology sends home 71 contractors

Over 70 workers are now without a job after mic institute of technology sent home some of its contract workers....

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