‘Energy’ strikes contributed to slow economic growth in 2012 – Trinidad & Tobago Express

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‘Energy’ strikes contributed to slow economic growth in 2012
Trinidad & Tobago Express
and that slow growth in Trinidad and Tobago resulted primarily from disruptions in energy production and also probably a weak public sector response to the crisis in terms of public investment because in the Caribbean public investment is very

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'Energy' strikes contributed to slow economic growth in 2012
Trinidad & Tobago Express
and that slow growth in Trinidad and Tobago resulted primarily from disruptions in energy production and also probably a weak public sector response to the crisis in terms of public investment because in the Caribbean public investment is very

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