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Ministry of Finance and the Economy
INLAND REVENUE DIVISION
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1. Tender Packages are available for a
non-refundable fee of TT 1,000 VAT
exclusive (payable in cash or certi ed cheque
only) during the following hours:-
Monday to Friday 8:00am to 12:00pm and
1:00pm to 4:00pm (except public
holidays) from TTBS Cashier Department,
Century Drive, Trincity Industrial Estate,
2. All request for information shall be
Mrs. Jane Low Hoy-Lewis
Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards
Lot 2 Century Drive
Trincity Industrial Estate
3. Bidding will be conducted using (2)
envelopes system. Proposals must be
deposited in the tender box located in the
Procurement Unit at TTBS no later than
1:00 pm on Friday 8th May, 2015.
4. Tenderers MUST be a Registered Broker and
must be a member of the Insurance Brokers
Association of Trinidad and Tobago (IBATT).
5. The Tender Box will be opened publicly on
Friday 8th May, 2015 at 1:15 p.m. at TTBS.
6. TTBS does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any proposal nor to reimburse
Tenderers for any expenses incurred in
preparation pf proposals.
7. The Tenderer shall bear all costs associated
with the preparation and submission of the
proposal and TTBS shall in no way be
responsible or liable for the costs, regardless
of the conduct or outcome of the bidding
1-2 Century Drive,
Trincity Industrial Estate,
Tel Nos.: 662-TTBS (8827), 663-4835/6
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ENGAGEMENT OF A FIRM FOR THE PROVISION OF INSURANCE BROKERAGE,
CLAIMS MANAGEMENT, RISK MANAGEMENT AND CONSULTANCY SERVICES
for the period 2015 to 2018
MONACO---Rafael Nadal is back on
the clay he loves so much, and he looks
like his old self again.
Nadal, who has a mediocre 16-5
record this year, got the flawless start
he was hoping for yesterday at the
Monte Carlo Masters, beating 21-year-
old wild-card entry Lucas Pouille 6-2,
6-1 in the second round.
The switch to clay was also enjoyable
for second-seeded Roger Federer and
defending champion Stan Wawrinka,
who won his maiden Masters tourna-
ment last year at the Country Club.
Nadal won eight consecutive titles in
Monte Carlo from 2005-12 but has been
struggling recently, dropping to fifth in
the rankings. Now in the European clay-
court season, the nine-time French
Open champion is biding to regain his
old form ahead of another shot at the
title at Roland Garros.
After recovering from a wrist injury
and an appendectomy, Nadal lost in the
quarterfinals at the Australian Open.
He then enjoyed a good week in Buenos
Aires, where he won the title, but strug-
gled on the hard courts of Indian Wells
Following his loss to Fernando Ver-
dasco in Florida, Nadal returned home
to practice and changed his racket. He
said he had thought about the change
for a while but could not start playing
with the new model earlier because it
was not ready.
Yesterday, the 14-time Grand Slam
champion was in total control. He lim-
ited his mistakes to five unforced errors
and did not face a single break point
against an opponent ranked 108th by
A forehand passing shot gave Nadal
a 3-1 lead in the second set, and he
broke again in the sixth game before
serving out the match at love.
Nadal will face a trickier test in the
next round against big-serving John
Isner, who lost a memorable five-setter
to the Spaniard in the first round of the
2011 French Open.
The seventh-seeded Wawrinka pro-
duced a convincing 6-1, 6-4 win over
clay-court specialist Juan Monaco to
join Nadal in the third round, while Fed-
erer spent less than one hour on court
in a 6-2, 6-1 win over Jeremy Chardy.
Federer, who has changed his schedule
this year to allow more time for recovery
and training, played his first match since
his loss in the Indian Wells final in
March. He did not look rusty, hitting
19 winners to dispatch an opponent
who beat him last year in Rome.
The 17-time major champion takes
on Gael Monfils for a spot in the quar-
terfinals, just five months after the
Frenchman beat him in straight sets in
the Davis Cup final.
Against Monaco, Wawrinka won 15
of the first 20 points and broke twice
to build a 5-1 lead before serving out
the first set at love.
After conceding only two points on
his serve in the opener, Wawrinka was
made to work harder in a second set
featuring five breaks of serve.
Wawrinka, who arrived in Monte
Carlo on the back of early losses at Indi-
an Wells and Miami, is hoping for better
results on clay ahead of the French
Nadal, Federer into 3rd round at Monte Carlo
Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland plays a return to Juan Monaco of Argentina during their match of the
Monte Carlo Tennis Masters tournament in Monaco, yesterday. AP PHOTO
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