• Victor Hart

    Anti-Corruption Practices & You: AMCHAM Breakfast Meeting

    AMCHAM BREAKFAST MEETING 24 MAY 2011 THEME: ANTI CORRUPTION PRACTICES AND YOU Address: Anti Corruption Practices and the EITI By Victor Hart, Chair, Trinidad and Tobago EITI Steering Committee Introduction Today is a day of a few firsts for me. It is the first time that I am attending a meeting of the American Chamber […]

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  • Piarco Airport

    ‘Corrupt people will think twice before getting in…’

    By Denyse Renne April 28, 2011 Representative of the Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute Boyd Reid said the Joint Consultative Council (JCC) for the construction industry supports government in its quest to reform procurement legislation. Reid was speaking at a press conference yesterday at the Professional Centre, Woodbrook. He said the JCC’s draft legislation which […]

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  • Corruption Perceptions Index 2011

    The Corruptions Perceptions Index and the Private Sector

    The role of the private sector in any economy is to generate income by creating and supplying goods and services which leads to national development and growth. Businesses produce economic wealth that can be redistributed to alleviate poverty and provide access to social services as well as create economic opportunities for the youth, poor and […]

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  • The Interchange, Uriah Butler Highway

    NGOs Combating Corruption: Theory & Practice

    Corruption, in its many guises, is a global phenomenon to be contended with in the context of commerce, politics and day to day life. And in some countries, according to Transparency International (TI), it has become deeply embedded in the very fabric of society. The international community consisting of lending institutions such as the World […]

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  • TTTI Financial Statements

    Financial Statements 2010

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