Appleton Estate releases 30-year-old limited edition rum

Friday, September, 21 2018    

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Joy Spence Appleton Estate Rum Experience (JSAERE), J Wray and Nephew has launched a premium30-year-old rum. Read More

JMMB launches unsecured lending business in Trinidad & Tobago

Thursday, September, 20 2018    

JMMB Group has rolled out its first consumer financing solution business, JMMB Express Finance Limited, in Trinidad and Tobago, with hopes of increasing its market share through competitive pricing and quick response. Read More

British annual inflation hits six-month high

Thursday, September, 20 2018    

London, United Kingdom (AFP) — Britain's annual inflation rate unexpectedly hit a six-month high in August, official data showed yesterday, catapulting the pound as markets eyed higher UK interest rates to tame rising prices. Read More

Walcott in China for World Economic Forum

Wednesday, September, 19 2018    

Dr David Walcott will be attending the Annual Meeting of New Champions (ANMC) in Tianjin, China, which bills itself as the Summer Davos – hot off the heels of the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, earlier this year. Read More

Xesus Johnston hangs up from Musson's telecoms companies

BY BALFORD HENRY Senior staff reporter | Wednesday, September, 19 2018    

Xesus Johnston, who has been been invlved in the growth and development of the Musson Group/Facey Group telecommunications companies, will be leaving both firms soon. Read More

Alex D-Great: A cook's tale of professional success

BY HANNIFFA PATTERSON | Wednesday, September, 19 2018    

At only two years old, Alex D-Great was badly burnt on his head and forehead while in his parents' kitchen. Years later, at Bridgeport High school, when faced with deciding on a career it was easy for him to choose. He needed a job where he could wear a cap to cover the burn. He decided... Read More

Finance professionals vs modern-day slavery

BY SHEVONA RICHARDS | Wednesday, September, 19 2018    

SLAVERY may have ended in the 19th century or did it? There are currently more than 40 million people as modern-day slaves, according to the 2016 figures compiled by the United Nation's International Labour Organization and the Walk Free Foundation, a human rights... Read More

More than TT$1 billion in compensation for Petrotrin workers

Wednesday, September, 19 2018    

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — The Trinidad and Tobago g overnment Monday said the compensation package for workers being laid off by the closure of the oil refinery of the s tate-owned company, Petrotrin could... Read More

Seprod evaluates its St Thomas investments

BY KARENA BENNETT Business reporter | Wednesday, September, 19 2018    

Seprod's decision to continue operating or shutter production at the Golden Grove Sugar Factory is now dependent on a written farm status approval from the Government, allowing the food manufacturer to absorb losses of the operation at the Group level. Read More

Jamaica Customs advances to repeal and replace Customs Act

Wednesday, September, 19 2018    

• Did you know that the Government of Jamaica is in the process of repealing and replacing the Customs Act?• What does it mean to repeal and replace the Customs Act?• How will it benefit you? Read More

President Moise wants full transparency in PetroCaribe probe

Wednesday, September, 19 2018    

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) — President Jovenel Moise has called on newly installed Prime Minister Jean-Henry Céant to ensure that there's total transparency in the investigation regarding the use of funds under the PetroCaribe initiative. Read More

Angola, Portugal turn page on past tensions

Wednesday, September, 19 2018    

LUANDA, Angola (AFP) —President Joao Lourenco and Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa buried the hatchet yesterday during whirlwind talks in Luanda that follow several turbulent years between Angola and its former ruler. Read More

Britain freezes aid to Zambia over graft fears

Wednesday, September, 19 2018    

LUSAKA, Zambia (AFP) — Britain has suspended aid payments to Zambia over concerns of alleged fraud and corruption by the government of President Edgar Lungu who has faced graft allegations from within his own party. Read More

Brazilians opt for budget bulletproofing

Wednesday, September, 19 2018    

SAO PAULO, Brazil (AFP) Brazilians are as worried as ever about getting shot while driving, but have less money in a stagnant economy to spend on protecting themselves. Enter the second-hand bulletproof car. Read More

US ranks low on commitment to development, France drops — report

Wednesday, September, 19 2018    

WASHINGTON, United States (AFP) — The United States ranks near the bottom of the list of countries with the best commitment to global development, while France dropped several places, a report released yesterday found. Read More




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