Trinidad and Tobago Business Overview
The energy sector is the largest contributor to Trinidad and Tobago’s GDP, with oil and gas alone contributing approximately 40 percent to the twin-island nation's economy over the past four decades. Exploration and production constitutes the largest share of this amount at 25 percent, followed by refining and petrochemicals at 10 and 5 percent, respective
While Trinidad and Tobago has been encouraging the adoption of compressed natural gas (CNG) as a vehicle fuel for years, with the government instituting such fiscal incentives as the removal of the motor vehicle tax and the value-added tax on impor
Despite being the world’s second highest producer of greenhouse emissions per unit of GDP - and the highest overall in relation to purchasing power - the government of Trinidad and Tobago voiced strong support for the United Nations Framework
D. Rampersad & Co. Ltd. (DRCL) is now a third generation family business established more than 50 years ago, initially providing a wide range of automotive parts and associated engineering services. To this day the company continues to trade and
Following the interview with Mr. Nirmal Rampersad, Chairman of D. Rampersad & Co. Ltd., Avinash Rampersad, Business Development Manager, explains the importance of local engineering services in an exclusive video interview.  
The 2018 National Budget came with an immediate effect on the cost of fuel available in Trinidad and Tobago. Minister of Finance, Dr. Colm Imbert, announced that the costs of fuel available (premium, super, regular, diesel, and kerosene) wi
The Real TT interviews Martyn Killingbeck, General Manager, who has been working with D. Rampersad & Company Limited for over 20 years.   The Real TT:  What are D. Rampersad & Co. Ltd. main activities and what i