- by Raphael John Lall
The T&T Coalition of Services Industries (TTCSI) can play a role in helping retrenched Petrotrin employees.
Lara Quentrall-Thomas, president, TTCSI, commenting on the restructuring of the state-owned energy company, said: “There is always an opportunity in a crisis but I think we need to be part of that conversation. How will it impact the services sector in south and central Trinidad? What can we do to provide services for those individuals who are being made redundant? Are there job and training opportunities we can provide through our members?”
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THE ENHANCEMENT OF CARIBBEAN BASIN INTIATIVE INTO SERVICES SECTOR SERVICES OF THE CARIBBEAN (SOCA) EFFORT LAUNCHED IN WASHINGTON, DC
A coalition of Caribbean private sector organizations has launched today in Washington, DC a new multi-year program to develop, design, and implement a policy and business advocacy campaign to promote the enhancement of the United States Caribbean Basin I
TTCSI LEADS REGIONAL COALITION TO LOBBY US CONGRESS TTCSI launches Services Of the Caribbean (SOCA) in Washington D.C. The Trinidad & Tobago Coalition of Services Industries (TTCSI) will launch the Services of the Caribbean (SOCA) on Thursday, 21st Novemb