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The Trade and Economic Development Unit of the Department of Economics (University of the West Indies) in collaboration with the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES) and Guardian Media Ltd will be hosting an evening seminar discussing “The Key Areas for Diversification for Trinidad and Tobago”. This session is scheduled for 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm, on 26th October, 2016 in UWI.
The Energy Chamber of T&T participated for the 6th consecutive year in the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Clean-up in Trinidad and Tobago (ICCTT) 2016. The Energy Chamber is an active member of the National Planning Committee (NPC) for this event. This year’s event took place on Saturday 17th of September 2016 at Quinam Beach, Siparia, and for the third time - Carli Bay, Couva.
The six previous editions of the India-Latin America & Caribbean (LAC) Conclave in New Delhi, India, has helped increase the profile of the LAC region in India. However, many in the LAC region yearn to engage in such platforms with India but have yet to leverage from it.
This year, we propose to cater to a new audience by hosting the Conclave in the LAC region: to Latin Americans who seek a betterunderstanding of the India story.
“The Commercial Section at the U.S. Embassy in Port of Spain would like to invite you to attend the Solar Power International TradeShow in Las Vegas, the largest Solar show in North America, featuring over 600 exhibitors, covering products from all areas of the solar energy sector, including Energy Storage, Microgrids, etc.
KPMG’s tax team will be hosting a Breakfast Seminar to discuss several issues in relation to the impact of recent amendments to Value Added Tax which may be of interest to you. Come join us and gain insights from our knowledgeable and technical expertise on the topics listed below. You will also learn how to withstand the scrutiny of a Board of Inland Revenue, VAT audit and avoid penalties and interest payments.
The Financial Intelligence Unit of Trinidad and Tobago alerts the public of a continuing trend in "scams" initiated primarily through the internet. Scam techniques change constantly but retain one common feature - victims are led to believe that they have a chance to obtain a large financial benefit in return for a small up-front payment .