Now Jamaica's Government dissatisfied with T&T's oil prices !

A news report carried by the Jamaica Observer, says Jamaica's Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Karl Samuda has signalled Jamaica’s dissatisfaction with the current oil pricing systems being used by Trinidad and Tobago.

According to the report, the minister did so while in Georgetown, Guyana, attending the 42nd Regular Meeting of the Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) and the 61st Special COTED Meeting of Trade and Energy Ministers, from April 21-22.

The newspaper quotes a press release from the Ministry, saying "Minister Samuda had a bilateral meeting with his Trinidadian counterpart, Senator Paula Gopee-Scoon, during the 42nd COTED meeting, and expressed dissatisfaction with the system under which Trinidad & Tobago charges a premium for oil sold to its Caribbean Community (Caricom) partners".

It adds, "Samuda, therefore, placed Trinidad and Tobago on notice that Jamaica will be engaging in pricing negotiations, going forward"
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