The MFO Survey has announced that the Consumer Economic Sentiment Report is available for use by businesses and economists.
This report captures the mood of consumers and their households for the period November 2016 to July 2017.
Nefertiti Mahluli says that they noted four areas of importance.
Following the recently concluded 2017 IMF Article IV Consultation, the Ministry of Finance deems it important to share some of the positive actions being taken by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago and which were endorsed by the IMF in their Country Report of November 21st 2017:
HIV/AIDS continues to be a significant disease in today's world. Professor Christine Carrington Chair of the Open Lectures Committee at the University of the West Indies says that although there has been no decline in the numbers of those infected no major increase has occurred.
The University of the West Indies has partnered with CariScience to raise awareness on issues involving the disease which has been afflicting humans since the 1980’s.
An anti-crime exercise in the Vistabella district, which began early on Thursday, uncovered two machine guns among six firearms and a large amount of ammunition along with $125,000 of marijuana.
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley was joined by the Chief of Defence Staff and the Commissioner of Police at the press conference on Friday where he addressed the action taken by Beetham residents on Thursday. He noted that on Thursday the nation came to a point where a line must be drawn.
Anti-crime exercise in Vistabella district uncovers two machine guns and a large amount of ammunition; Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley says he will not tolerate the type of behaviour that took place in the Beetham yesterday; T&T's male and female Rugby Sevens Squads are off to Mexico among other stories.
Traffic on the Beetham Highway came to an absolute standstill on Thursday morning as debris was strewn across the road and commuters reported hearing gunshots and protests in the area.
Over 230 students convened at the Movietowne Conference Centre for the We Empowerment Programme which is being held in Trinidad and Tobago for the second consecutive year.
Jamaican reggae artiste Chronixx is concerned with labels despite the growing global buzz around his music.
The Tobago House of Assembly will give priority to certain areas of Tobago's development in order to properly utilise funds allocated by the Central Government for fiscal 2018.