T&T Chamber Engages with Ghanain Delegation

The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry & Commerce (T&T Chamber) recently convened a meeting with representatives
from the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) and the Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA). The meeting aimed
to explore strategic collaboration to foster mutually beneficial relationships between the two nations.

 

JOINT CHAMBERS AND PCA DISCUSS CRIME STRATEGY SOLUTIONS

The Joint Chambers maintain the view that crime, and in particular violent crimes, continues to spiral out of control and is the single biggest deterrent to investment in, and to doing business in Trinidad and Tobago and addressing this issue must be the number one priority of the Government.

 

 

T&T CHAMBER APPOINTS NEW PRESIDENT

Second Female President in its 144-year History

 

The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce (T&T Chamber) held its Annual Business Meeting on Thursday, April 20, 2023, at which a Board of Directors was elected to serve a one-year term over 2023-2024 period. This meeting was held at the Hyatt, Regency in Port of Spain and preceded the Annual Business Meeting.

 

JOINT CHAMBERS TO MEET WITH NEW CoP ON CRIME


The Joint Chambers agree that crime, in particular violent crimes, has been at alarming and unacceptable
levels for some time now. This is a major impediment to investment, the ease of doing business and overall has
a tremendous negative impact on the well-being of citizens who either are victims or are constantly in fear of
falling victim to crime. 2023 began on a terrible note, with the murder figures for January and February,
putting this year on course to be the deadliest ever in T&T.