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Tuesday, 22 May 2018 20:26

Green Land, Brown Land (Part 1)

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The Land Policy of 1992 says a small state such as Trinidad and Tobago must accord a very high priority to the judicious management and utilization of its land resources or perish.  

However, Chartered Surveyor and Property Expert Afra Raymond believe this crucial resource has suffered through gross mismanagement.

Dionne Baptiste reports.


Part 2: State Of Real Estate (Part 2 - Agriculture Minister's Response)


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