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  1. El sector energético de Trinidad y Tobago creció un 2.4% en el último trimestre del 2013, según los datos presentados por el Ministro de Energía.
    http://www.caribjournal.com/2014/03/1...+CaribJournal+%28Caribbean+Journal%29
    Tags: , , por simanaki (2014-03-18)
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  2. La Autoridad de Gestión de Medio Ambiente multó a la compañía petrolera estatal de Trinidad y Tobago, Petrotrin, por incumplir con las normas a seguir ante los 11 derrames de crudo ocurridos en el país a finales de diciembre.
    http://news.caribseek.com/index.php/c...l-trinitaria-por-derrames-de-petroleo
    Tags: , , por simanaki (2014-01-13)
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  3. El Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID) planea construir una nueva oficina nacional en Kingston (Jamaica). La nueva oficina del BID en la región se suma a la existentes en Barbados y Trinidad y Tobago que fueron construidas en los últimos años.
    http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/busine...struct-Kingston-based-office_15748736
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  4. El proyecto tiene por objeto ayudar al posicionamiento de Trinidad y Tobago como centro regional para la provisión de servicios de informática mediante el suministro de capacitación, promoción de inversiones y personalización de marcas y a la formación de capacidad, a fin de mejorar el entorno para los negocios y la reglamentación.

    img » http://www.iagua.es/sites/default/files/imagecache/thumbnail-620x340/San_Fernando_Trinidad_y_Tobago.jpg
    http://news.caribseek.com/index.php/c...s-de-informatica-de-trinidad-y-tobago
    Tags: , por simanaki (2013-12-05)
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  5. The Partial Scope Trade Agreement, provides the preferential treatment that exporters from Trinidad and Tobago will enjoy in the Panamanian market and the reciprocal preferential treatment that Panamanian exporters will receive in the Trinidad and Tobago market.

    img » http://media.trinidadexpress.com/images/320*230/deal5.JPG
    http://www.caribbean360.com/business/...feed&utm_medium=twitter#axzz2ghFpyrs2
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  6. BrightPath Foundation, a Trinidad-based non-profit organisation, hosted its first three-week TT.TechCamp last month, and closed the event with a formal ceremony at the Courtyard Marriott, Port-of-Spain on July 31. BrightPath Executive Director, Bevil Wooding, described his organisation’s tech education initiatives as “combining technology immersion with fun-filled creative activity, wrapped into a values-based learning experience that we believe can benefit attendees for life”.

    img » http://www.guardian.co.tt/sites/default/files/field/image/Bevil%20Wooding%20Closing%20TT-TechCamp%20techcampclosing-37.jpg
    http://www.guardian.co.tt/news/2013-0...dad-brightpath-techcamp-youth-success
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  7. The National Gas Company (NGC) will invest $500 million (US$78 million) in developing phase one of a two-phase five-year compressed natural gas (CNG) conversion plan for all vehicles in Trinidad and Tobago.
    http://www.caribbeannewsnow.com/headl...in-CNG-vehicle-conversions-16578.html
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  8. Trinidad and Tobago and BHO Billiton have signed production-sharing contracts for four deepwater blocks. The PSCs for the four blocks were awarded after what Trinidad called the “most successful deepwater bid round in 14 years.” Each PSC has an initial phased exploration period of up to nine years. Where a commercial discovery is made, the contract term is automatically extended to 30 years.
    http://www.caribjournal.com/2013/06/2...+CaribJournal+%28Caribbean+Journal%29
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  9. Trinidad has long been a major exporter of natural gas to the United States. But that has dropped as U.S. fuel production surges thanks to new exploration and drilling technology.
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/busines...a50-11e2-9cd9-3b9a22a4000a_story.html
    Tags: , por simanaki (2013-06-01)
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  10. Since its creation in 2001, Port of Spain has housed the Caribbean Court of Justice, which was established to replace appeals to the British Privy Council. The Trinidadian capital also hosts the headquarters for the Secretariat of the 25-member Association of Caribbean States. Of course, these facts in isolation do not point to an assumption of regional leadership on the part of Trinidad and Tobago. Taken collectively though, they signal a trend in the recognition of the weight and influence that Trinidad has in the region.
    http://www.caribjournal.com/2013/05/3...+CaribJournal+%28Caribbean+Journal%29
    Tags: , , por simanaki (2013-06-01)
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