Tag: trinidad&tobago


Trinidad & Tobago Ask For Ease Up On Gas Imports

According to a Reuters’ report, the government of the Caribbean twin island Republic Trinidad and Tobago has asked the United States to authorize Venezuelan gas imports to restart an idled liquefaction train in the country. Under U.S. sanctions, companies and governments must obtain authorization from the U.S. Department of Treasury to do business with the Venezuelan state-run oil company PDVSA. […]


Trinidad And Tobago’s Bacchanal Not On For 2021

The Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Dr. Keith Rowley, has declared carnival a ‘no go’ for 2021. Dr. Rowley, who was speaking at the Spotlight on the Economy forum, said that unless there is a dramatic change by Christmas, the carnival is ‘not on’. “I see no future for Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago in the months ahead…unless there’s […]


Trinidad &Tobago Government Set To Decriminalize Marijuana

The Trinidad and Tobago government has recently announced that it plans to introduce legislation that will allow for the decriminalization of marijuana for medicinal and other purposes. In a statement, Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi disclosed that there would be amendments to the Dangerous Drug Act and the introduction of the Cannabis Control Authority Bill. He noted that the government would […]


Thousands Of Revelers Flock To Trinidad & Tobago For Carnival

Trinidad and Tobago is witnessing an increase in the number of visitor arrivals for the annual carnival. The popular event dubbed, “The Greatest Show on Earth”, is held annually on the Monday and Tuesday preceding Ash Wednesday. This colorful spectacle attracts thousands of revelers from around the world and culminates 1-2 months of non-stop partying. For the two-week period leading […]