for slavery would set new agenda
the present United Kingdom (UK) government apologise
for Britains role in the slave trade which,
on March 25 next year, would have been abolished for
200 years? Thats one of the questions that an
advisory committee chaired by John Prescott, the Deputy
Prime Minister, will be grappling with this month...
not smooth sailing
couple of weeks ago I did a nine-month review of the
T&T Stock Market. Today, we pay similar attention
to the US and other international markets...
the enemy of investing
key to successful investing is to limit your losses
and protect your gains. Sounds easy enough, so why
do investors cling to stocks that have declined even
though they have little confidence that they will
affirms credit rating
gets another positive review
T&T economy received another positive review by
international rating agency, Standard and Poors
signs on production
2006/2007 Budget was presented against the backdrop
of public concerns about inflation, traffic congestion,
crime and other social ills...
competitiveness, but what are we doing about it?
events integral to the economic future of T&T
occurred recently. The first was the release of the
Global Competitiveness Report (GCR) produced by the
World Economic Forum (WEF) in collaboration with Lok
Jack GSB, followed closely by the 2006/2007 Budget
delivered by Prime Minister Patrick Manning...