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Samsung release two new phones with AI capabilities

Business Enrique Rupert 2 Days Ago Samsung Galaxy Z Fold6. Photo courtesy Samsung – Samsung Electronics Co Ltd released its new Galaxy Z Fold6 and Galaxy Z Flip6 at Galaxy Unpacked in Paris on July 10. In a release, Samsung said earlier this year it started a new era of mobile artificial intelligence (AI) through […]

Top 10 tech in-demand skills for 2024

Business Newsday 2 Days Ago Looking at the top in-demand tech skills. – In the Caribbean, we have traditionally celebrated the careers of doctors, lawyers and engineers as prestigious and lucrative. Yet as we continue to churn out thousands of graduates each year in these fields, many find themselves underemployed or struggling to secure work […]

Trinidad and Tobago, Curacao hold partial-scope trade talks

Business Shweta Sharma 7 Hrs Ago PARTIAL-SCOPE TALKS: Dr Caryl Monte, president, Permanent Commission for International Trade and Foreign Economic Relations, Curacao, left, in conversation with Randall Karim, permanent secretary, Ministry of Trade, at the first round of negotiations for the PSTA between TT and Curacao. – Photo courtesy MTI TRINIDAD and Tobago and Curacao […]

Angostura returns to China – Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

Business Andrew Gioannetti 25 Minutes Ago SEAL THE DEAL: Charles Xiang Cheng, managing director of Caribbean Commercial Management (Hangzhou) Co Ltd, left, and Terrence Bharath, chairman of Angostura Holdings Ltd, sealed the distribution agreement deal with a handshake on July 19. In the back row are Fang Qiu, Chinese ambassador, left, Ava Mahabir-Dass, deputy permanent […]

$1b withdrawal triggers more HSF questions

Business Newsday Yesterday TTCSI president Dianne Joseph – A WEEK before Christmas, more than $1 billion was withdrawn from the Heritage and Stabilisation Fund (HSF). Yet there was nary a peep of explanation from any public official. In fact, the withdrawal only came to light on June 18 in a quarterly HSF investment report posted […]

Credit unions collaborate against climate change

Business Ryan Hamilton-Davis 22 Hrs Ago A farmer’s field is flooded in South Pesea, Tunapuna. – File Photo by Roger Jacob Local credit unions, under the leadership of the Central Finance Facility (CFF), have joined with the InterAmerican Bank (IDB) to build TT’s resilience to climate change. A release from the CFF said it has, […]

CSO: Price increases for food, alcohol, tobacco

Business Newsday Reporter 2 Hrs Ago Market vendor Sharrie Singh, left, sells her tomatoes to a customer at the Arima Central Market in Arima on July 17. – Photo by Roger Jacob THE price indices for food, tobacco and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages have increased, according to the Central Statistical Office (CSO) consumer price index […]

Solis, NCB Merchant Bank aim to inspire family businesses, investors with IPO

Business Andrew Gioannetti 7 Hrs Ago Rishi Baddaloo, managing director, Solis, left and Marli Creese, CEO, NCBMBTT, at the Solis IPO offering on July 15. Photo courtesy Solis – PRINT solutions provider Eric Solis Marketing Ltd (Solis), a subsidiary of Office Authority, took the bold decision a year ago to open itself to scrutiny and […]

Billion-dollar baby – TIC connects businesses, entrepreneurs

Business Ryan Hamilton-Davis 44 Minutes Ago RIBBON CUTTING: TTMA director Rudy Rampersad, left, TTMA president Roger Roach, Trade Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon, Minister of Social Development Donna Cox and EximBank CEO Navin Dookeran, cut the ribbon to officially open TIC 2024 at Queen’s Hall, St Anns on July 11. – Photo by Angelo Marcelle Since it […]

CAL: We will connect the region

Business Enrique Rupert Yesterday The ribbon-cutting to mark the launch of CAL’s service to San Juan Puerto Rico, during a brief ceremony at Piarco International Airport, Trinidad, on July 14. – Photo courtesy CAL Caribbean Airlines (CAL) seeks to enhance connectivity within the Caribbean as its inaugural flight to San Juan, Puerto Rico left Piarco […]