growth at 4 per cent
the domestic money market, the Central Bank reopened
an OMO on 21st December in an amount of $175 million
at an average yield of 4.78 per cent and which will
mature on June 10, 2005...
global perspective for 2005
week we looked at the factors that may affect the
local stock market into 2005...
our corporate culture
there a lesson for us from Sarbanes-Oxley?
corporate environment of the United States has been
rocked with more than its fair share of scandals in
the past couple of years...
2004...hints of bad news for 2005
column is supposed to review the major energy-related
events in Trinidad and Tobago for 2004 but before
I do so, let me give you the bad news for 2005, if
only because it cant wait and is too important
to our economic welfare to be left unsaid: The BHP
Billiton-operated Angostura development in block 2c
off Trinidads north east coast is now very unlikely
to live up to its promise of zooming to the top of
the oil production league in Trinidad and Tobago...
for all...The Millennium development goal worth scoring
T&T Chamber of Industry and Commerce recently
participated in a Review Workshop hosted for Government
Ministries, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO),
Community Based Organisations (CBO) and private sector
organisations on the First Draft National Millennium
Development Goals for T&T, hosted at the Ambassador
Hotel on December 2...