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Wednesday, 08 June 2016 14:51

PM: Costa Rica & Cuban teachers to teach Spanish in T&T

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Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley says Costa Rica and Cuba have agreed to send non-English-speaking teachers here to help teach the Spanish language.

"So as to allow Spanish to be more than an exam in Trinidad and Tobago and to be a language that we can speak across this country and they have agreed."

The Prime Minister said local manufacturers should look to export products through Latin America and other Spanish-speaking territories.

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