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Ministry of Finance
INLAND REVENUE DIVISION
SMALL BUSINESSPERSON SEMINAR 2013
The Board of Inland Revenue invites you to participate in a 1-day semi-
nar/workshop on Income Tax.
June 13, 2013
9:00 a.m. -- 3:00 p.m.
Inland Revenue Training Centre
Port of Spain
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June 3 and 4, 2013
Between the hours of 9:00 a.m. -- 3:00 p.m.
(limited seating available)
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Civil: Debt Collection
Attorneys-at-Law & Notaries Public
Third Floor, Sagicor Centre
Nos. 21-25 Independence Avenue
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
that this action has been commenced
against you in the Court Office at Harris Street, San
Fernando, by virtue of Claim Form and Statement of Case,
intituled Claim No. CV 2012-04990 in which Sagicor Life
Inc., a company reincorporated under the Companies Act of
Barbados Cap. 308, whose registered office is situate at
Sagicor Financial Centre, Wildey, in the Parish of St.
Michael, in the Island of Barbados and is registered as an
External Company under the Companies Act, Chap. 81:01
of the Laws of Trinidad and Tobago, having its Principal
Office situate at Sagicor Financial Centre, Number 16
Queen's Park West, in the City of Port-of-Spain, in the
Island of Trinidad, claims against you the following:
1. The said sum of $40,975.68 as money received by the
Defendant in respect of advances paid by the
2. Interest at such rate as this Honourable Court deems
4. Such further and/or other relief as to the
Honourable Court may seem just.
And that it has been ordered that service of the Claim Form
and Statement of Case be effected by way of advertisement
in a local daily newspaper of general circulation in Trinidad
and Tobago once weekly for two consecutive weeks.
that you must with-
in fourteen (14) days from the date of the last publication of
this advertisement, which will appear one week from the
date of this advertisement, enter an appearance form to the
Claim Form and Statement of Case by completing an
appearance form which may be obtained on request from
the Attorneys whose name and address appears above, or by
attending the Court Office, Harris Street, San Fernando,
telephone number 652-4938, Fax 657-1296 on any working
day between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday to
Friday and filling out the same in person or by an Attorney
in default of which judgment may be entered against you.
BEIJING---Fire swept through a poultry processing
plant in northeastern China yesterday, trapping
workers inside a slaughterhouse with only a single
open exit and killing at least 119 people in one of
the country s worst industrial disasters in years.
Survivors described panic as workers, mostly
women, struggled through smoke and flames to reach
doors that turned out to be locked or blocked.
One worker, 39-year-old Guo Yan, said the emer-
gency exit at her workstation could not be opened
and she was knocked to the ground in the crush of
workers searching for a way to escape.
"I could only crawl desperately forward," Guo was
quoted as saying by the official Xinhua News Agency.
"I worked alongside an old lady and a young girl,
but I don t know if they survived or not."
The accident highlights the high human costs of
China s lax industrial safety standards, which continue
to plague workplaces despite recent improvements
in the country s work safety record. It also comes
amid growing international concern over factory
safety across Asia following the collapse in April of
a garment factory in Bangladesh that killed more
than 1,100 people.
Besides the dead, dozens were injured in the blaze
in Jilin province s Mishazi township, which appeared
to have been sparked by three early morning explo-
sions, Xinhua said. The provincial fire department
attributed the blasts to an ammonia leak. The chemical
is kept pressurised as part of the cooling system in
meat processing plants.
It was one of China s worst recent industrial dis-
asters, with the death toll the highest since a Sep-
tember 2008 mining cave-in that claimed 281 lives.
State broadcaster CCTV quoted workers as saying
the fire broke out during a shift change when about
350 workers were at the plant, owned by Jilin
Baoyuanfeng Poultry Co.
Some employees raised the alarm shortly after the
shift began at 6 am, and then the lights went out,
causing panic as workers scrambled to find an exit,
44-year-old Wang Fengya told Xinhua.
The fire broke out in a factory building where
chickens were being dismembered, and spread rapidly,
with industrial boilers exploding, the Southern
Metropolis Daily reported on its microblog. Only a
side door to the building was open with the rest of
the exits locked, the newspaper said.
It quoted an unidentified worker as saying the fire
engulfed the building in three minutes, leaving too
little time for many to flee. (AP)
Many trapped, 119 dead in China poultry plant fire
Firemen carry out bags containing bodies of those killed at a poultry processing
plant that was engulfed by a fire in northeast China's Jilin province's Mishazi
township yesterday. The massive fire broke out inside a cluttered slaughterhouse
and killing over a hundred people, reports and officials said. AP PHOTO
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