Trinidad's Williams: "We can make it if we try"

Trinidad and Tobago can succeed in establishing a secondary market for government securities, said Ewart Williams, the governor of the central bank.

The going will be tough, however, as Ewart told financial market players at the launch of the market: "We all have our work cut out for us and we all need to work closely together, if we are to create a liquid and vibrant secondary market for government securities."

"Most developing countries shun this step because it involves the creation of new

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