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Across the globe the urban transportation sector is experiencing rapid expansion, driven by economic growth and a global demographic shift towards urbanisation. Politicians, urban planners and private sector actors are working together to find new solutions for reducing congestion and increasing the speed and efficiency of urban transport. However, unless proactive steps are...

VISAS: Visitors to Trinidad and Tobago from most countries do not require a visa for stays of up to 90 days on holiday or 30 days on business. Immigration will interview travellers at all ports on arrival, and visitors should travel with a printed return ticket, along with the address for their stay. Visitors on 90- or 30-day visas can apply for an extension of up to...

HYATT REGENCY TRINIDAD 1 Wrightson Road Port of Spain T: +1 (868) 623 2222 www.trinidad.regency.hyatt.com trinidad.reservation@hyatt.com Rooms: 423 guest rooms, including 15 suites. Business & Conference Facilities: 3995 sq metres of meeting space, 1496-sq-metre Regency Ballroom, 913-sq-metre multi-purpose exhibit space and 12 breakout rooms, including two...

Traditionally, T&T has generated the majority of its revenue from its once buoyant oil sector, and more recently, from natural gas. Despite recent growth in the manufacturing and non-energy sector, as well as the current administration’s attempt to curtail spending, the decline in revenue from oil and gas streams has seen successive administrations struggle to effectively...

Trinidad and Tobago has traditionally generated the majority of its revenue from its once-buoyant oil and gas sector. However, despite recent growth in the manufacturing and non-energy sector, the sharp decline in energy revenue has seen the government struggle with fiscal measures to keep the economy afloat. For example, despite amendments to the Property Tax Act, the...

What can be done to boost production and tap into the islands’ agricultural potential?

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