Ramish and Leela
Monday, 27 July 2015 16:32


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The economic heartbeat of an area can often be defined by three things: the level and type of infrastructure (houses and businesses), the people and what they do for a living, and the number of self employed entrepreneurs.

As our Business Reporter Roger Dwarika found out in our earlier episode, the road from La Brea to Point Fortin is a juxtaposition of contrasting economics. In part three of the Journey to Point Fortin, Roger and cameraman Ricky Gokool got hungry on their travels and in so doing, ran smack into a roadside entrepreneur of a different kind who's using the low growth local economy to her advantage. View the Report

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