Mr. Ian R. De Souza has been appointed to the position of Chief Executive Officer of the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce. His appointment which takes effect on January 10th, comes three weeks ahead of the departure of CEO Mr. Gabriel J. Faria who has successfully led the organisation for the last five years
We commend the government for taking a firm stance on the issue of vaccination in the workplace.
We are pleased to announce that Angostura Limited has been selected to receive the 2021 award for Internationally Known…T&T Owned Company of the Year in the T&T Chamber’s Champions of Business Awards.
We are pleased to announce that Ms. Angela Lee Loy and Dr. Krishna Bhadoorsingh have been selected for induction into the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce’s Business Hall of Fame for 2021.
“….we will introduce the market-based prices for electricity and water as recommended by the Regulated Industries Commission.” – National Budget 2022 signaled a move to reduce transfer and subsidies which means that household and business utility costs will increase. Globally, increasing commodity & production costs amidst a back drop of economic uncertainty will have implications for T&T. This means that revisiting business costs related to energy is more important than ever. Join this webinar to learn more about how your business can mitigate against rising energy and utility costs and understanding the change in skills required to support the energy transition across all sectors
The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce (T&T Chamber) recognises the social and economic challenges that the country currently faces and we believe that the National Budget 2022 has attempted to address many of these areas. We are pleased that many of our recommendations were included in this year’s presentation….
The Minister of Finance, Honourable Colm Imbert, MP, wishes to advise that to give taxpayers some more time to file their returns, and in recognition of the difficulties associated with the Covid-19 pandemic