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The T&T Chamber recognizes the health and economic challenges being faced by our society, and in particular businesses that have had to close, and in the best of times have been allowed to partially open, during the past 7 months.

Renewing efforts to flatten the curve

The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce notes the number of new cases of COVID-19. The re-emergence especially as a number of cases are of un-known origin must be of major concern to every citizen. Given our land space and the size of our population, there is an increased need to control the spread of the virus, in the best interest of citizens and for our long-term economic wellbeing.

Media Statement June 22, 2020

The Board ofDirectorsof the Trinidad and TobagoChamber of Industry and Commerce wishes to advise that it has met today with its CEO, Mr. Gabriel Faria to discuss matters related to recent news and social media coverage.

We have saved lives, now it’s time to focus on livelihoods

The Trinidad & Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce (The Chamber) commends the Government for its handling of the COVID-19 outbreak, the containment of the virus has been, as the Prime Minister quoted, “Equal To Any And Better Than Many”. The Government’s actions have undisputedly saved lives and now it is time to focus on livelihoods responsibly.