The Trinidad and Tobago manufacturing sector accounts for 8 percent of the national GDP, and employs around an 8 percent of the total workforce. Most industries in the sector are currently facing decreased output due to labor shortages, an ongoing lack of foreign currency and the effects of the removal of a number of utility subsidies, including subsidies to transpo
Trinidad and Tobago and Chile sign multiple agreements and memoranda focusing on economic and energy issues in Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley’s state visit to Santiago in May of this year.
Separated by just over 200 kilometres, and co-founders of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) since its founding with the Treaty of Chaguaramas in 1973, Guyana has a longstanding relationship with Trinidad and Tobago.
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