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Finance Minister to give HSF statement in Parliament

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Finance Minister Colm Imbert is expected to make a statement on Government's withdrawal of $2.5 billion from the Heritage and Stabilisation Fund.

This, from Minister in the Ministry of Legal Affairs, Stuart Young, during Thursday’s Post Cabinet Briefing.

He added that the Prime Minister raised the matter during last year's budget debate and Minister Imbert also mentioned it in the Mid Year Review.

"One of the elements that could be utilised by this administration with respect to bridging any gaps that needed to be bridged was the Heritage and Stabilisation Fund and more particularly the Stabilisation side of the Fund. What I am happy to tell the public of Trinidad and Tobago is the Minister of Finance will continue to address this with a comprehensive statement in Parliament tomorrow."

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