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  • 20 Jun 2015
  • John Armour, Daniel Awrey
  • Pages: 46
The global financial crisis of 2007–08 triggered a plethora of regulatory reforms under the auspices of international bodies such as the G20 and Financial Stability Board. Yet the implementation of these reforms remains a task for individual countries.
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics analyses small states' trade with developing countries and discusses the way forward. Due to unavailability of data on bilateral trade in services, the analysis presented here focuses on merchandise goods.
  • 10 Feb 2015
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 354
Over the past two decades, studies on the migration-development nexus often portray small states as one homogeneous group, ‘developing countries’, without considering their critical and peculiar challenges or inherent vulnerabilities, due mainly to...
  • 01 Jan 2001
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 58
These Election Reports are the observations, conclusions and recommendations of Commonwealth Observer Groups. The SecretaryGeneral constitutes these observer missions at the request of governments and with the agreement of all significant political...
The World Bank 2012 data categorises Trinidad and Tobago as a high-income developing nation (UNDAF 2013). The status of women in Trinidad and Tobago compares favourably with many middle-income developing nations. The constitution guarantees equal...
The experience of Trinidad and Tobago is analysed in this chapter using a similar approach to that used for Mauritius. The chapter examines initial conditions and industrial achievements, enterprise cases, policy and institutional factors and, again...
The presence of a Commonwealth Observer Group at Trinidad and Tobago's December 2000 general election followed a formal request by Prime Minister Basdeo Panday in February 2000. Once the election date (11 December 2000) had been announced, and in...
Trinidad and Tobago's 1,809 polling stations were due to open at 6 a.m. on Monday, 11 December. Our teams were therefore present by 5.45 a.m. to watch the procedures prior to the start of voting.
The election campaign officially ended at midnight Sunday on, 10 December. When the Group arrived in Port of Spain on 3 December it was well under way. It was widely believed that the elections would be very close and considerable attention was...
The Constitution of Trinidad and Tobago sets out the fundamental provisions of the electoral system. One of its key features is the requirement that the House of Representatives is to be elected by secret ballot. The qualifications of persons who may...
Trinidad and Tobago's Representation of the People Act regulates the qualifications to be an elector, objections, disallowance, appeal, change of name and residence. Responsibility for registration rests with the Elections and Boundaries Commission,...
Trinidad and Tobago is a unitary state, with a system of parliamentary democracy based on the Westminster model. The Head of State is a non-executive President who is elected for a term of five years by an Electoral College comprising members of the...
The Republic of Trinidad & Tobago comprises two islands. Trinidad is by far the greater, with 4,828 square kilometres, while Tobago has 300 square kilometres. With a population of nearly 1.3 million, Trinidad & Tobago is one of the larger countries...
Problems with chemical control, whether due to resistance of insect pests to pesticides, the enormous cost of bringing new chemicals onto the market, or to environmental considerations, are beginning to dictate the pace at which the development of...
The Faculty of Education, which started as the Institute of Education in 1963, has always been concerned with teacher education, and the improvement of the quality of teacher education programmes in the contributing territories. Its activities,...
The guiding philosophy for the development of education in Trinidad and Tobago hinges on developing the human resource base in the educational institution, whilst involving the national community, and promoting their participation in the educational...
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