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Global supply chain challenges present opportunity for C'bbean countries

Jamaica Observer 30 Apr 2022
“If we manufacture something in Jamaica, sell it here and it is accepted, you can [try to] sell it in Trinidad and Tobago, if you go into the marketplace and work hard. We can easily ship to Barbados and Trinidad, and [they] can ship to us,” the JMEA president points out.
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5 things to know about LNG as EU looks beyond Russia

RTE 11 Mar 2022
Natural gas takes up 600 times less room as a liquid than in its gaseous state, making it easier to transport it in tanker ships ... From Papua New Guinea to Trinidad ... They are among some 20 countries that export LNG, a group that includes countries as far afield as the Pacific island of Papua New Guinea as well as Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean.
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Letters: McCormick's 'Let's go, Brandon' ad, GOP's Jan. 6 lies, Mike Kelly and Dan Pastore

Erie Times-News 17 Feb 2022
Show Caption. Hide Caption. 1/6 panel votes to hold former DOJ official in contempt. The House panel investigating the Jan. 6 U.S ... (Dec. 2). AP ... U. S ... More ... Thank you, Mr. President and Mr ... Shoebox gifts from this region were shipped to the Ivory Coast, Trinidad and Tobago, the Philippines, Honduras, the Dominican Republic and Mali, as well as other countries.
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Windrush immigrant's son loses High Court fight

BBC News 14 Jan 2022
A High Court judge refused to give him the go-ahead to seek a judicial review ... It refers to the ship MV Empire Windrush, which docked in Tilbury on 22 June 1948, bringing workers from Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago and other islands, to help fill post-war UK labour shortages. The ship carried 492 passengers, many of them children. Related Topics ... .
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UK slammed over Windrush compensation delays

Urdu Point 24 Nov 2021
The government insisted it was serious about processing claims for restitution from members of the "Windrush" generation ... The community is named after the MV Empire Windrush, one of the ships that brought workers from Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, and other Caribbean islands to help fill UK labour shortages after World War II ... ....
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Windrush generation: Who are they and why are they facing problems?

BBC News 24 Nov 2021
A scheme to compensate victims of the Windrush scandal has been strongly criticised by MPs ... It refers to the ship MV Empire Windrush, which docked in Tilbury on 22 June 1948, bringing workers from Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago and other islands, to help fill post-war UK labour shortages. The ship carried 492 passengers - many of them children ... .
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Why Nord Stream 2 won’t solve the gas or the climate crisis

New Statesman 11 Oct 2021
Newsletters from the New Statesman View all newsletters ... According to Jack Sharples, a research fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, 30 per cent of UK gas imports are in the form of LNG, mainly from Qatar, with around 25 per cent of them shipped from the US and Russia, and the remaining 10 per cent from Algeria and Trinidad and Tobago.
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T&T’s oil and gas sector has been a slow train wreck for the last decade

Petroleum World 05 Oct 2021
Paul said one issue that was not mentioned about Train 1 is that it had received a 10-year tax holiday when it started operations and under the laws of Trinidad and Tobago, every operation, meaning processing plant and its subsidiary activities including storage, shipping, etc.
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Worst water calamities

Dawn 28 Aug 2021
The remaining crew was saved from both the ships. The next day, firefighters from the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard brought the fires aboard the Captain under control, and members of her crew returned to the ship, and were able to bring her into Curaçao (Dutch Caribbean island), where her cargo was off-loaded.
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More than 20 million COVID-19 vaccine doses now stockpiled in Canadian freezers

Canoe 12 Aug 2021
OTTAWA — Canada has gone from being desperate for every dose of vaccine it could get to stockpiling millions of them in freezers across the country. Story continues below. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below ... To date, only 82,000 of those have been shipped, in an agreement last week with Trinidad and Tobago ... .
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US Regime Change Echos in the Caribbean

Consortium News 23 Jul 2021
Under the authority of the United States, a set of European militaries (France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom) — each with colonies in the region — joined Brazil and Canada to conduct Tradewinds with seven Caribbean countries (The Bahamas, Belize, Bermuda, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago).
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Washington Beats the Drum of Regime Change, but Cuba Responds to Its Own Revolutionary Rhythm

Dissident Voice 22 Jul 2021
Under the authority of the United States, a set of European militaries (France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom) – each with colonies in the region – joined Brazil and Canada to conduct Tradewinds with seven Caribbean countries (The Bahamas, Belize, Bermuda, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago).
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AmericasAt least two Venezuelans die in shipwreck en route to Trinidad

Reuters 26 Apr 2021
Dozens of bodies were found off the Venezuelan coastal town of Guiria in eastern Sucre state in December, while in 2019 at least two ships that set off from Venezuela to Trinidad and Tobago disappeared at sea.
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UN seeks $29M for St. Vincent amid new volcanic threats

Federal News Radio 21 Apr 2021
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — The United Nations announced Tuesday that it is seeking $29.2 million to help St ... agencies have set aside $2 million for water, hygiene and food vouchers and will send experts to help with the ash cleanup, while nations including Guyana, Dominica and Trinidad & Tobago have pledged funding and shipped basic supplies ... .
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UN seeks $29m for St Vincent amid volcanic eruption

Al Jazeera 21 Apr 2021
— Didier Trebucq (@dtrebucq) April 20, 2021 ... pic.twitter.com/tFodtvVXl0 ... pic.twitter.com/coDv22UNf7 ... So far, UN agencies have set aside $2m for water, hygiene and food vouchers and will send experts to help with the ash cleanup, while nations including Guyana, Dominica and Trinidad & Tobago have pledged funding and shipped basic supplies ... .

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