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Tuesday, 04 April 2017 13:15

Stakeholders Concerned About Inter-Island Transport

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The stakeholders continue to express its concern about the transportation issues between Trinidad and Tobago. C News’ Patricia Nicholson spoke Dianne Hadad, chairman of the Inter-island Transport Committee of the Tobago Chamber of Commerce, and President of the Tobago Tourism and Hotelier’s Association, Chris James, about the impending withdrawal of the Super Fast Galicia by the owners, International Shipping, in two weeks’ time.

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