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Prime Minister Patrick Manning shares a joke with the International Monetary Fund’s deputy managing director Takatoshi Kato at a seminar hosted by the Central Bank and the IMF at Hilton Trinidad, St Ann’s, yesterday.

Photo: Andre Alexander

News

Steel of a deal

The Government has accepted proposals by US steel giants International Steel Group and Nucor to establish multi-million dollar production facilities in Trinidad, expected to result in thousands of spin-off jobs...

‘Government will forge ahead with anti-crime bills’

The government is forging ahead with its anti-crime legislation, with or without the Opposition’s support, Prime Minister Patrick Manning has said...

5 Muslimeen held in Aleong’s murder

Officers of the Anti-Kidnapping Squad and members of the Homicide Bureau were up to late evening questioning five Muslimeen members in connection with last year’s shooting death of businessman Christopher Aleong...

MTS in plan to lay off workers

The National Training and Maintenance Security Co plans to retrench about 100 workers, the Transport and Industrial Workers’ Union has alleged...

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Caribbean underperforming — IMF

The International Monetary Fund stands ready to help the region achieve its full potential, the IMF’s deputy managing director Takatoshi Kato said yesterday...

Breakfast...

Healthy way to start the day!

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet many seem to ignore this tried and proven fact and take pride in announcing that they don’t have time for breakfast in the morning. How do they survive the balance of the day? I dare ask...

Brown vs Boldon

The men’s 200 metres dash at T&T’s June 19 to 20 National Senior Track and Field Championships promises to be an action-packed affair, with teenaged world championships 100m silver medallist Darrel Brown and quadruple Olympic Games medallist Ato Boldon up against each other for the first time in the half-lap event...

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$800m in taxes from gasoline

Government collected nearly $800 million in taxes on gasoline in the 12-month period ending March 2004, according to a document at the Ministry of Energy...

Vintage kaiso takes centre stage at WeBeat

Few members of the audience seemed able to recall the compositions which propelled calypsonian Conqueror to fame in the ’60s, but by the time he’d ended his performance at WeBeat last weekend all were not only nodding heads knowingly but cheering enthusiastically...

Trini Revellers is the winner of the George Bailey Large Band award. Check out more photos from Carnival 2004...

 
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