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We are a geographical gateway to Latin America, the United States and Canada with close proximity to South America and the Caribbean.
Cost EffectivenessTrinidad and Tobago retained its leading position of #1 for Cost Effectiveness in the Caribbean and Central America (CCA) ranking by fDi Magazine 2015/2016, a service of the Financial Times Ltd.
Energy CostsTrinidad and Tobago has one of the lowest electricity rates in the western hemisphere from US$.03 per kWh
Trade AgreementsEstablished trade agreements mean your business can enjoy market access to 965 million people worldwide.
Internationally AffiliatedTrinidad and Tobago is a member of some of the major international associations.
Investment Protection MechanismsSeveral investment protection mechanisms have been established to guarantee investors a level playing field.
A Gateway to the AmericasT&T is the geographical gateway to Latin America, the United States and Canada with close proximity to South America and the Caribbean.
A Regional Transshipment HubOur location and deep harbours in Port-of-Spain and Point Lisas facilitate transshipment to South America.
Nearshore BenefitsTrinidad & Tobago is ideally located to provide nearshore services to North America.
Globally Competitive WorkforceTrinidad and Tobago competes on a global scale with a highly skilled workforce.
Well-developed human resource baseA high percentage of the workforce includes professionals with postgraduate qualifications.
CosmopolitanTrinidad and Tobago’s diverse population trace their history from Africa, India, China, the Middle East and Europe.
Reliable InfrastructureFive undersea fibre connections provide a robust and redundant core infrastructure, while we also offer reliable energy utilities, transport connections.
Government Incentives to InvestorsThe Government of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago (GORTT) encourages foreign direct investment in almost all sectors, with a range of incentives specifically focused on non-energy targeted sectors
Free Zones IncentiveThe Free Trade Zones programme is designed to encourage local and foreign investment in export-driven projects that create jobs, develop skills and create external markets for products. The Programme has been seen as an instrument to attract non-energy based projects to Trinidad and Tobago and is administered under the Free Zones Act, 19 of 1988 (as amended)