Trinidad, China sign $6.2-million agreement

China and Trinidad sign cooperation agreement. Photo credit: TGISL

Trinidad and China signed a $6.2 million agreement Tuesday, the latest in a series of economic and cooperation agreements between China and Caribbean countries at the China-Caribbean forum in Port of Spain.

Trinidad Foreign Minister Dr Surujrattan Rambachan signed on behalf of Trinidad, while China’s Wang Chao, vice minister of commerce, signed on behalf of his country.

At the forum, China announced it would be loaning a total of $1 billion to the Caribbean to spur investment and development.

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  1. September 15, 2011

    china is pouring slop in trini.

  2. September 15, 2011

    the present government in [email protected], didn’t agree with the past government having deals with China, lo and behold they are. Fraudesters.
    I think that citzens of the Caribbean need to know is that China has one of the most evil human rights record. It might not affect them, but be aware.

  3. :?: :?: :?:
    September 15, 2011

    a rich a** country as Trinidad signing contract with China and Dominicans want to run the Chinese?….no wonder we will always be last cacarat. we tend to cling to the wrong set of ppl….instead of sitting worrying bout weakileaks and the NO help we are getting from the US, we should be busy signing contracts with CHINA, one of the world greatest super powers who are willing to help out, unlike the US….big chupes!

  4. Wongping
    September 15, 2011

    So u see!those who have more resources than DA turn to china.but a few rich dominicans call it begging.france england,greece,and usa are hand in hand with china.uncle sam damn well glad china is saving them from their selfimposed financial catastrophe bv they fooling small countries that they should not turn to china.i see!

  5. claudius Anthony
    September 14, 2011

    If Trinidad with all its petro dollars can openly accept Chinese help, why is it a problem for poor D/ca to do so.I wonder what SPIN the UWP/PJ.Com will put to this

  6. Maitre Yo
    September 14, 2011

    Dominica led the way…………. now the others are following. Our Prime Minister has foresight. Thats a leader. I wonder what UWP saying now.

  7. :?: :?: :?:
    September 14, 2011

    all other cbean countries seems to be ok with Chinese except dcans???? i wonder y… :-|

  8. Gwen Fig
    September 14, 2011

    I hope UWP asked the Chinese to produce the MOU to the Trinidad public, because already PM Skerrit asked them hide it.

    • Nac Vibes
      September 15, 2011

      They took a load you know like when you take a loan from the bank.

    September 14, 2011

    Thanks China for helping a worthy cause in the caribbean.

  10. IZ
    September 14, 2011


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