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Tobago hopes for economic boost

THE business community in Tobago is hoping that economic activity on the island will be boosted following the landslide victory of the Progressive Democratic Patriots (PDP) at the THA election on Monday night. Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce chair Diane Hadad told the Express yesterday that the people have spoken and the newly elected party will have an opportunity to jump-start Tobago over the next four years. “The chamber’s position is to give the PDP a chance to present its ideas to the people of Tobago as the party members would have said on the platform while campaigning how they intended...

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Tobago chambers congratulate PDP on THA win

THE TOBAGO BUSINESS CHAMBER and the Tobago chapter of the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Business and Commerce have both sent heartfelt congratulations to the PDP on its win against the Tobago PNM in the THA elections. Both chambers expressed their desire to work with the new administration. “We are clear on our desire to work along with this incoming administration to ensure that the elements of the Tobago private sector are brought back to life so that we could have a vibrant business sector in Tobago,” said Martin George, chairman and founding director of the Tobago Business Chamber. Diane Hadad, chairman of...

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Tobago Chamber Hopes PDP Victory will Revive Business

WITH the Progressive Democratic Patriots PDP about to take the mantle at the Tobago House of Assembly (THA), the Tobago Business Chamber is hoping that the business sector will be able to be revived on the island. Chamber’s President Martin George, issued a congratulatory message to the party that was able to topple the People’s National Movement (PNM) in the THA election on Monday in an almost clean sweep. George said, “We are clear in our desire to work along with the incoming administration to ensure that the elements of the Tobago private sector are resuscitated, brought back to life so that...

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Judge raises concerns over attorney conflict in land sales

A HIGH COURT judge has ordered a Port of Spain law firm and one of its attorneys to bear all the costs associated with getting a valuation done on a piece of land in central Trinidad. When the valuation is completed, the firm and the attorney will also have to pay any difference between what policewoman paid for the land and its value in its current state. Justice Frank Seepersad made the order on Monday, in a claim by Nerisa Garrette against Scotiabank, attorney Tiffany Oliver, the firm Fitzwilliam Stone Furness-Smith and Morgan, and Dickey Seepersad, the vendor for the land in...

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