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Difficult Economic Environment In Trinidad And Tobago Continues To Weigh On Consumer Demand And Pricing Discretion – Mouttet

Christian Mouttet Chairman of Trinidad and Tobago based Prestige Holdings Limited, is reporting that for the first half of 2018 Group revenue increased by 3% to TT$521 million, as profit after tax decreased by 16% to TT$13.4 million, from TT$15.8 million in the previous year. These results, reported in their Consolidated Unaudited Results for the […]

CAC 2000 Recovers From Q1 Shortfalls, Momentum Picked Up In Q2 To Continue As Sales Funnel And Jobs Portfolio Grow.

Government’s Logistics Hub Initiative Aims To Positon Jamaica As The Fourth Node On The Global Supply Chain

Chairman of the Jamaica Special Economic Zone Authority (JSEZA), Metry Seaga, says the entity is midway through an audit of over 200 free zone companies which are being transitioned to Special Economic Zone (SEZ) status. Mr. Seaga notes that the transition process, which is being spearheaded by the JSEZA, has an October 2019 completion timeline. […]

Trinidad And Tobago Slowly Recovering From Prolonged Recession Driven By Energy Supply Shocks And Low Energy Prices – IMF

National Rums Chairman, Komal Samaroo, Supports Call For Rum-Manufacturing Companies To Partner More With Cane Farmers And More Local Products In Operations.

Chairman of the Board of Directors, National Rums of Jamaica Limited, Komal Samaroo, said he agrees with the Minister Audley Shaw’s call for rum-manufacturing companies to return to the tradition of partnering more with sugar cane farmers and to use more local products in their processing operations. During a tour of National Rums of Jamaica […]

Trinidad And Tobago Slowly Recovering From Prolonged Recession Driven By Energy Supply Shocks And Low Energy Prices – IMF

Blue Power Group Bracing For Competition From Reopened Dominica Coconut Products Factory

Dhiru Tanna, Chairman of the Blue Power Group, is reporting to shareholders that they are preparing for the competitive pressures they will soon face, as a competitor’s factory in Dominica, which had been closed down, is reopened under new management and a new plant has been installed in Jamaica. He was referring to the manufacturing […]

Trinidad And Tobago Slowly Recovering From Prolonged Recession Driven By Energy Supply Shocks And Low Energy Prices – IMF

Sagicor Bank Credits Corporate Banking Team For Growing Lending Portfolio By 9%.

Richard Byles Chairman of Sagicor Bank is crediting their Corporate Banking team for engaging in a number of major deals and arranging several high value syndications during 2017, resulting in new loan disbursements of JA$27.3 billion growing the lending portfolio by net 9%. This performance for 2017 he said reflects their progress and persistence to […]

CAC 2000 Recovers From Q1 Shortfalls, Momentum Picked Up In Q2 To Continue As Sales Funnel And Jobs Portfolio Grow.

Lasco Lifts Salada Foods With Another Record-Breaking Year As Revenues Grow 14%

Chairman of Salada Foods Patrick Williams is describing the 2017 fiscal year as a relatively good one for the company, as they achieved several key strategic and operational milestones. Another record-breaking year, driven he said by domestic sales, consequent on marketing strategies and the diligence and distribution strength of their local distribution partner, Lasco, as […]

CAC 2000 Recovers From Q1 Shortfalls, Momentum Picked Up In Q2 To Continue As Sales Funnel And Jobs Portfolio Grow.

Sweet River Abattoir & Supplies Finally Makes A Profit – Gifford

The 2016-2017 financial year had its challenges and many lessons were learnt, according to Henry Graham Chairman of Sweet River Abattoir & Supplies Company Limited, chief among them was the loyalty of pig farmers, markets and other stakeholders. Describing the year as exceptional when compared to the past two (2) years, Graham reported that the […]

CAC 2000 Recovers From Q1 Shortfalls, Momentum Picked Up In Q2 To Continue As Sales Funnel And Jobs Portfolio Grow.

T&T Economy Continues to Taste the Medicine That Fiscal Reform Must Require In The Face Of Reduced Revenues – Lashley

Ingrid Lashley Chairman of National Enterprises Limited in her 2017 outlook to shareholders is reporting that in general, economic conditions are likely to remain challenging in 2017 as the economy continues to taste the medicine that fiscal reform must require in the face of reduced revenues. Notwithstanding this, preparatory work to facilitate new fields by […]

Trinidad And Tobago Slowly Recovering From Prolonged Recession Driven By Energy Supply Shocks And Low Energy Prices – IMF

Average Earnings Of FTSE 100 Chief Executives Dropped 17 Per Cent To $4.5m In 2016,

The chief executives of Britain’s biggest listed companies saw their pay fall on average by nearly £1m last year, following pressure from investors and politicians over the generous packages.  The average earnings of FTSE 100 chief executives dropped 17 per cent to $4.5m in 2016, according to an analysis by the Chartered Institute of Personnel […]

Cristiano Ronaldo Taking A Pay Cut With Move To Juventus.

Berger Paints Delivers Solid 2016-17 Results Recording Net Profits Of J$315.5 Million

Manish Choksi Chairman of Berger Paints Jamaica is reporting in the company’s just released annual report for the 2016-2017 Financial Year, that the company delivered solid business results recording net profits of J$ 315.555 million, compared to J$122.137 million earned in the prior year, an increase of 158%. For the period under review, Net Sales […]

Trinidad And Tobago Slowly Recovering From Prolonged Recession Driven By Energy Supply Shocks And Low Energy Prices – IMF