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Tobago House of Assembly
Comprehensive Economic Development Plan Secretariat
Office of the Chief Secretary
Members of the Public Are invited to Submit
Proposals for Providing Consultancy Services
For the Establishment of the Tobago Development Bank
The Comprehensive Economic Development Plan (CEDP) Secretariat in the Office of the
Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly invites proposals from individuals and/or
organizations for providing consultancy services to support the establishment and opera-
tions of the Tobago Development Bank.
The CEDP has identified the Bank as critical to the development thrust of Tobago at this
time. The CEDP Secretariat is therefore inviting proposals for the provision of pertinent
consultancy services to support the establishment of the Development Bank. The primary
objectives of the Development Bank is to source funding both locally and internationally to
provide loans for public and private undertakings that would lead to the balanced growth
and development of the Tobago economy in the short, medium and long term.
To be considered, interested parties must include the following in their submissions:
1. Information indicating that they are competent to provide the services
2. Proof that they are legally registered in Trinidad and Tobago to conduct
3. Empirical proof that they have undertaken and successfully completed
similar undertakings in Trinidad and Tobago, Regionally or Internationally
within the last five years particularly where such consultancy was
applicable to Government agencies.
Tender Packages can be obtained upon payment of the sum of $1,500.00 at the Property
Management Department between the hours of 9am - 3pm, Monday to Friday except pub-
lic holidays, from September 15th 2014 to September 25th 2014. The closing date for
submissions is Friday 31st October 2014 with a pre-bid submission meeting scheduled
for Friday 26th September 2014.
Proposals must be addressed to:
c/o Property Management Department
Calder Hall Administrative Complex
The CEDP Secretariat reserves the right not to accept the lowest or any of the proposals
received. Further, late tenders will not be considered under any circumstances.
Caption: Inter Milan forward Mauro Icardi, of
Argentina, celebrates after scoring during a Serie A
soccer match between Inter Milan and Sassuolo, at
the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy, yesterday.
MILAN---Mauro Icardi scored his first
ever hat trick as Inter Milan beat ten-
man Sassuolo 7-0 yesterday for its first
win of the fledgling Serie A season.
New signing Paolo Osvaldo netted
twice and Mateo Kovacic also recorded
his first league goal for Inter, while Fredy
Guarin capped off a fantastic day for
Sassuolo, which lost at home by the
same scoreline in its first meeting with
Inter last season, also had forward
Domenico Berardi sent off for an elbow
on Juan Jesus. "I never scored a hat trick,
either with Sampdoria or with Inter,"
Icardi said. "Today is the first and it s
something nice, because I managed to
do it at San Siro. This hat trick is for
my family, which is always with me."
Napoli missed a penalty as it went
down to a surprise 1-0 loss at home to
Chievo Verona, while Lazio beat Cesena
Elsewhere, it was: Fiorentina 0, Genoa
0; and Cagliari 1, Atalanta 2.Sampdoria
beat Torino 2-0 in the lunchtime kickoff
and said it will donate half of the gate
receipts to ALS research.
Parma hosts AC Milan later.
After kicking off its season with a
goalless draw at Torino, Inter was keen for victory in
front of its fans.
The San Siro faithful had to wait less than four
minutes for Inter to open its goal account for the
season. Icardi beat the offside trap to run onto Kovacic s
through ball and although his first attempt was blocked
by Andrea Consigli, he rounded the goalkeeper and
bundled it into an empty net.
Kovacic netted his first Serie A goal in the 21st
minute following a couple of flicks from Icardi and
Osvaldo. The Sassuolo defence looked shaky and it
left Icardi in acres of space on the half hour to control
Hernanes pass and curl into the bottom right corner
from outside the area. It was then Osvaldo s turn to
open his Inter account four minutes from halftime
after Dodo s initial shot was blocked by Consigli.
Icardi completed his hat trick eight minutes into
the second half, with Kovacic again the provider and
any hope Sassuolo had of keeping the scoreline down
evaporated shortly afterwards when Berardi was dis-
"We played well, even though we were a bit lucky
in opening the scoring immediately," Icardi said.
"Osvaldo and I played well together, we made the
right movements. But we need to work, because we
can still improve a lot."
Guarin generously set up Osvaldo for the former
Southampton forward s second before getting on the
scoresheet himself as Inter matched last season s
result. Napoli was hoping for a timely boost after a
poor start to the season. It lost a Champions League
playoff to Athletic Bilbao and then struggled before
scoring an injury-time goal for a 2-1 win at Genoa
in its Serie A opener. Things seemed to be looking
up when it was awarded a penalty in the 26th minute
after Bostjan Cesar tripped Gonzalo Higuain. However,
Chievo goalkeeper Francesco Bardi dove to his right
to brilliantly save the Argentine s spot kick.
Maxi Lopez hit the crossbar moments later and
that proved to be a warning shot as he scored his first
goal since February three minutes into the second
half, finishing off a Chievo counter attack.
There was better news for Lazio, which had started
the season with a 3-1 defeat at Milan.
Former Cesena players Antonio Candreva and Marco
Parolo scored either side of halftime before Stefano
Mauri capped a positive result in stoppage time.
Fiorentina, which lost 2-0 to Roma on opening day,
is still winless after the heroics of Genoa and Italy
goalkeeper Mattia Perin kept it at bay.
Former Fiorentina defender Facundo Roncaglia was
sent off in the 72nd minute for a second bookable
Icardi hat trick helps Inter crush Sassuolo
BERLIN---Hannover defeated Hamburger SV 2-
0 in the Bundesliga yesterday to increase the pres-
sure on former coach Mirko Slomka after a poor
start to the season.
Leon Andreasen headed in the opening goal from
Miiko Albornoz deep cross in the 13th minute and
Artur Sobiech made it 2-0 in the 24th, bundling
the ball over the line after a good cross from Spanish
Hamburg striker Nicolai Mueller should have
pulled one back after the break but dragged his
shot wide with only the goalkeeper to beat.
It was the best chance of the game for the visitors,
who are yet to score a goal in three Bundesliga
games. Slomka, who barely evaded relegation with
Hamburg last season, dropped goalkeeper Rene
Adler and made a host of changes to the side that
lost 3-0 at home to promoted Paderborn---US inter-
national Julian Green and former Schalke forward
Lewis Holtby both started---but he was unable to
improve his side s bad record away from home.
Earlier, Raul Bobadilla s second-half strike was
enough for Augsburg to grind out a 1-0 Bundesliga
win at Eintracht Frankfurt for the club s first victory
of the season.
Pressure on Slomka
as Hamburger loses
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