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Monday, 27 July 2015 16:36

JOURNEY TO POINT FORTIN PART 4

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Examining and understanding the economics of the Southern Peninsula can be a bit of a challenge.

It's a mixed bag of fortunes where major industry stands imposing against depressed areas but as our Business Reporter Roger Dwarika found out at the penultimate end of his 80km journey to Point Fortin, the contrasts of major industry versus local business have, at times, worked in tandem. Although that relationship has its ups and downs. View the Report

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