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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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Attorney for accident victim’s family awaits OSHA report on NiQuan fire

Attorney for accident victim's family awaits OSHA report on NiQuan fire Attorney Martin George has described as “interesting” evidence allegedly advanced in court on the death of Massy Energy employee, Allanlane Ramkissoon, at NiQuan’s gas-to-liquids Pointe-a-Pierre plant in June. George was responding to a newspaper article which quoted excerpts from an affidavit attributed to NiQuan’s founder Ainsley Gill. George represents Ramkissoon’s family. He said it appeared NiQuan’s evidence suggested that the Massy Energy employee, who eventually died of burns he received in an incident at the GTL plant, was responsible for the accident and negligent in the actions he took on that day. However,...

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Tobago Business Chamber: Stakeholders must be included in cross-party crime talks

Tobago Business Chamber: Stakeholders must be included in cross-party crime talks THE Tobago Business Chamber has called for stakeholder involvement in any proposed crime discussion between the government and Opposition. In applauding Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar’s decision to meet with the government to discuss the worsening crime situation, the chamber’s chairman Martin George said on Wednesday, “Each day, we read of more horrendous and horrific murders being committed with impunity, most of them with guns and some of them with high-powered assault rifles. We need to all work together to find solutions and we see this as an important first step.” H continued,...

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Second cargo ferry coming

Second cargo ferry comingWithin ‘14 to 18 months’, says Sinanan Head of the Tobago Business Chamber Martin George has welcomed Friday’s announcement by Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan that if all goes well, within 14-18 months, Trinidad and Tobago should have a new custom-built cargo vessel to service the inter-island seabridge. “As a Tobago Business Chamber, we have said repeatedly that there is need for a second cargo vessel, so if this will now be a second cargo vessel, in addition to the Cabo Star, then that is very much needed and most welcomed on the route between Trinidad and Tobago,”...

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Business chambers: Government should focus on crime in October 2 budget

Business chambers: Government should focus on crime in October 2 budget The Fyzabad Chamber of commerce and the Couva Chamber of commerce are calling for more investment in crime fighting and no more new taxes in the upcoming budget, carded to be presented in Parliament on October 2. Angela Jairam, Fyzabad Chamber president and CEO of DNA & Associates Ltd, said while other issues needed to be dealt with – such as implementing high-tech farming to attract young people, developing the tourism sector and increasing talent in vocational courses such as carpentry – none of those issues would be treated with fully...

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