Jwala Rambarran looks to exploit ‘Southern Silk Road’


Trinidad and Tobago must "build and strengthen South-South relationships" to capitalise on the rise of the "new superpowers" in Asia and the Southern Hemisphere, according to the central bank governor, Jwala Rambarran.

In a speech last week Rambarran said Brazil, Russia, India and China were helping to create a new "Southern Silk Road" linking Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. He said Trinidad and Tobago should take advantage of this path to build relationships that

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