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In Search of The Manning Legacy

Mr Ralph Maraj recently (Express, February 17) delivered a stirring assessment for the Manning regime. Mr Manning was given full credit for the role he had played in the resuscitation of Trinidad and Tobago, for the revitalisation (with Ken Julien) of the energy sector, and the trade and investment regime which transformed it from being a poverty stricken backwater with a 35 per cent rate of unemployment, to one in which poverty had largely disappeared.
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Maduro travels to Trinidad today for energy talks

PORT OF SPAIN, February 23, 2015 - President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros is expected to arrive in Trinidad and Tobago today, for the signing of a new agreement on energy cooperation.

Kamla reshuffles Cabinet: Fires Griffith, AG Ramlogan resigns

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad February 3, 2015 - In an 18 minutes address that signified the fourth major reshuffle of her coalition government's Cabinet, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has asked the President to revoke the appointments of Attorney General Anand Ramlogan, National Security Minister Gary Griffith, and has asked for the resignation of the Director of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) David West, for their roles in the witness-tampering investigation ordered by Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams.

T & T Companies Identified for Export Thrust

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (January 20, 2015) - Seven companies from Trinidad and Tobago have been already identified as potential partners in the Global Business Innovation Corporation's (GBIC) drive to move Caribbean products from regional distribution to supermarket shelves in North America.
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