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TOBAGO BUSINESS CHAMBER calls upon Commercial Banks to do better

Commercial Banks The TOBAGO BUSINESS CHAMBER calls upon all our Commercial Banks to do better by their service to customers by bringing their Customer Service Experience up to International standards and to improve their ease of doing business. https://youtu.be/UA9C1djGGY4 TOBAGO BUSINESS CHAMBER calls upon Commercial Banks to do better MAGCO VIEWS HOME ...

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Police ‘monitoring’ PriceSmart credit card incident

Police 'monitoring' PriceSmart credit card incident POLICE ARE "monitoring developments" over last week's discovery that unknown charges were made to PriceSmart customers' credit card accounts on Friday, with reimbursements falling short of the original figure. Since the incident, there have been calls on social media for the matter to be investigated. In a brief response to a query from Newsday through the corporate communications unit, the office of the ACP White Collar Crime Division said: "No formal report has been made on this matter to the best of my knowledge. But we are monitoring the developments." While the police may not be...

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Tobago Business Chamber calls on Government: Resolve Registrar General ‘debacle’ by week’s end

Tobago Business Chamber calls on Government: Resolve Registrar General 'debacle' by week's end THE Tobago Business Chamber wants the “debacle” involving the Registrar General’s department in Trinidad and the Deputy Registrar General (Tobago) to be resolved by the end of this week. On Friday, THA Chief Secretary Farley Augustine called on the Prime Minster and Attorney General Reginald Armour, SC, to investigate swiftly why Tobagonians were being prevented from accessing services of the Registrar General’s department. In a statement from his office, Augustine said he had received numerous complaints from Tobagonians about their inability to access services from the department. He also said he...

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George: Something is terribly amiss with Registrar General’s Office

George: Something is terribly amiss with Registrar General's Office Attorney-at-law and chairman of the Tobago Business Chamber Martin George condemns the ongoing debacle where the Tobago Registrar General’s office has been locked out of access to the registrar general’s department computer, system and database. He told Guardian Media yesterday that something seemed to be amiss and called on the Government to have services to Tobago restored by the end of this week. “It is really a situation that needs immediate attention and rectification and if it is that there has to be some investigations that lead to charges of misbehaviour in public office,...

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Business Chamber head on budget: THA needs to source extra $$

Business Chamber head on budget: THA needs to source extra $$ Chairman of the Tobago Business Chamber Martin George has described the island’s $2.585 billion allocation in the 2024 national budget as “fairly consistent.” On Monday, Finance Minister Colm Imbert presented the budget in the House of Representatives. For Tobago, he said $2.298 million has been allocated for recurrent expenditure, $260 million for the development programme and $18 million for the Unemployment Relief Programme. He said the allocation was $64.2 million more than last year's. In June, the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) requested $4.54 billion. Responding to Newsday via a pre-recorded WhatsApp video on...

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