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By Youri A Kemp The European Union’s harassment of smaller financial centres is just what it is: full scale harassment. Never have we seen such a consistent barrage of innuendos, insults, slurs and backhanded comments about how small states manage their international business relationships like how we have been getting with the EU. Not only […]

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CARICOM Today:-  The small states of the Commonwealth could be losing out on $4.5 billion of overseas development assistance, a preliminary Commonwealth Secretariat study has shown. In response, Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland will call for strategies to help small and vulnerable states improve their ability to effectively access and use development assistance. The Secretary-General is […]

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By Oliver Mills Schools and their function continue to be discussed in many circles. In the wider Caribbean, there are attempts to introduce a new system of transfer exams from primary to high schools. In other countries, new developments in the curriculum are being enacted to modernise educational practices. But these two major activities face […]

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By Rickford Burke Guyana’s opposition leader, Bharrat Jagdeo, a former president, has filed a no confidence motion in Parliament against the coalition government of Guyana, led by President David Granger. The Granger administration was elected in 2015 with a one seat majority in Parliament. The government has 33 seats, while Jagdeo’s opposition People’s Progressive Party […]

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Dear Sir: [T]hey know in their hearts and in their consciences that history is going to damn them [those who voted “no” in the 2009 St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) constitutional referendum] and that history is going to be generous to those of us who have sought to hold aloft the noble banner of […]

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Dear Sir: This growth projection is conditional on maintaining a stable and appreciating exchange rate to encourage value-added investments in the economy by 2021; “let the dollar roll”. Successive gains in the economy over the years have always been followed by deep depreciation in the exchange rate completely wiping out previous gains. Remittance direct investments […]

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Dear Sir: Mayaro MP Rushton Paray says he fully understands why some of his constituents staged a roadblock. When the rain pours and there are no channels to direct the raging waters, the streets will be flooded. Similarly, when there are no avenues to channel the legitimate concerns of the people, they too will pour […]

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Dear Editor-in-Chief Ms. Omatie Lutchman Lyder, Greetings. As a newspaper which claims to be “national,” the Express should be truthful and objective in its coverage of national events in Trinidad and Tobago (T&T). Readers have been observing that you have practically never published any news on the University of Trinidad and Tobago’s (UTT) restructuring exercise […]

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