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What Colm? We’re doing worse now.

CARONI Central MP Dr Bhoendradatt Tewarie questioned the soundness of the financial projections put forward by Finance Minister Colm Imbert, as he (Tewarie) kicked off debate on the budget mid-year review. He expressed grave concern over the future of the economy in light of financial uncertainty.

Many Still Not Getting Grants

OPPOSITION MP Dr Bhoe Tewarie says there is a ‘big discrepancy’ between the thousands that Finance Minister Colm Imbert said received grants and the reality of hurt being experienced by those in need.

Hard Road,
Tough Choices.

LET me restate my point of view that genuine recovery depends on a few key things: 1.Managing the Survival Phase; 2. Restoring Closed Businesses and 3. Recoup and Retrieval for Businesses as they open; 4. A National Recovery Strategy; 5. Immediate Action of Economic Restructuring, and finally, 6. Building a New Economy post Covid.

Tewarie: Moody’s Report NOT Good News!

OPPOSITION Member of Parliament Dr Bhoe Tewarie said yesterday’s Moody’s downgrade of Trinidad and Tobago’s outlook was ‘the worst assessment’ this country has been given and called on Finance Minister Colm Imbert to clearly outline Government’s plan to lift the local economy out of the doldrums.

The Sensible Thing

NEWSDAY SUNDAY 17 MAY 2020

Tewarie was invited to serve on the team, according to co-vice chairman Robert Le Hunte, “in his individual capacity.”

Bhoe: Govt in hard place over Venezuela fuel matter

The Rowley administration has found itself between a rock and a hard place because of the difficulty of establishing truthfulness surrounding the March meeting with the Venezuelan Vice President – and because of controversy concerning the final destination of fuel sold by Paria Trading Company to Aruba.

Bhoe: Bipartisan approach needed on recovery policy

LET me restate my point of view that genuine recovery depends on a few key things: 1.Managing the Survival Phase; 2. Restoring Closed Businesses and 3. Recoup and Retrieval for Businesses as they open; 4. A National Recovery Strategy; 5. Immediate Action of Economic Restructuring, and finally, 6. Building a New Economy post Covid.

Bhoe Stands Up to Speaker on Time Cut

CARONI Central Dr Bhoendradat Tewarie stood up to Speaker Bridgid Annisette-George in the House Friday when she attempted to prematurely cut his time short.

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