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In the High Court of Justice
Citation No. 2 of 2012
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MAHATAM BAKSH
DECEASED LATE OF 35 BACK STREET, TUNAPUNA
TACARIGUA, TRINIDAD, WHO DIED ON THE 05TH JANUARY, 1970 AT
THE GENERAL HOSPITAL, PORT-OF-SPAIN, TRINIDAD
Mr. Ansar K. Baksh
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TAKE NOTICE that the Applicant, Judy Kisson formerly Abdool formerly Baksh of No.
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made on the 17th May, 1967 to accept or refuse Probate of the said Will of Mahatam
Baksh of 35 Back Street, Tunapuna, Tacarigua, Trinidad who died on the 05th day of
January, 1970 at the General Hospital, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that it has been ordered by the Assistant Registrar, Ms.
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Citation filed herein on the 23rd March, 2012 be effected by advertisement once per
week for two consecutive weeks in a daily newspaper in general circulation in the
Republic of Trinidad and Tobago and said matter be adjourned to the 14th day of
February, 2014 at 9.00 a.m in POS29.
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MIAMI---The World Bank says while self-employ-
ment is on the rise in the Caribbean, quality jobs
The Washington-based financial institution, which
launched a new report here, said almost 70 per cent
of employees in the Caribbean work for businesses
with five or fewer employees, compared to 60 per cent
in Latin America.
But while entrepreneurship is often considered to
be a driver of development, the World Bank said the
resulting companies grow at a much slower rate than
in other middle-income regions.
Furthermore, the high percentage of small businesses
reflects a lack of quality jobs in the region s larger or
multinational businesses, the bank said.
Declaring that "this should ring warning bells," the
report notes that, in the Caribbean, almost 70 per cent
of business owners have opened a business out of fear
of losing their job or because jobs were not available.
The report notes that, in the past ten years, Latin
America and the Caribbean have "benefited significantly
from favourable economic tailwinds".
But it said, as these tailwinds die "growth has to
come from within" adding that innovation was "key
if the Caribbean is to build upon the social gains of
The report notes that Caribbean firms develop new
products less frequently than their counterparts in
other developing regions.
It said in Jamaica, for example, the rate of product
development is less than half than that of Thailand or
Macedonia, adding that while Grenada topped the
region for new product development, six of the "worst
offenders" also hailed from the Caribbean.
The report did not identify these "worst offenders"
but cites four possible reasons for the less frequent
development of new products in the Caribbean - human
capital, intellectual property, risk taking and logistics.
It said while science, technology and engineering
graduates are at a premium, it s a scarcity that has a
direct effect on innovation.
Closely related to the quality of education the report
recognises this will be a major challenge for the region.
The report notes that with separate laws governing
copyright in every country "the complicated panorama
lends less protection to the product creators, deterring
much-needed investment for new product research
It said a "deep cultural shame of failure is hindering
innovation by dissuading entrepreneurs from taking
The report states that this was evident as much in
"individual reticence at a business level as in the low
levels of investment in research and development,
especially from the private sector" and that modernising
ports, transport and customs can add a competitive
edge to products from the region.
Currently, it said poor public services, communication
links and transport infrastructure are hindering efforts
to boost production capacity in the region.
The report states younger firms "far outshone" more
established ones in terms of job creation.
"The key is identifying and supporting those startups,
which have the most potential through start up pro-
grammes, subsidies or policy."
Patricia Ferreira from getAbstract, a company which
provides training to those looking to start their own
business, told the World Bank that "everyone has iden-
tified that innovation is definitely the way to move
forward. Now, how to take this concept of innovation,
break it down into microlearning moments so they
can move this innovation train forward".
It pointed to a young Barbadian entrepreneur Justin
Quinlan, who is the chief executive officer of a successful
start-up, "but that wasn t always the case".
Encouraged to focus on an existing career path like
law or medicine, the World Bank said he "frequently
came up against obstacles to his entrepreneurial dream".
Quinlan said he remembered pitching to one of the
bigger lending firms in Barbados, which was geared to
finding innovation for youth.
"So I walk into this boardroom, and everyone there
is about 50 bordering on 60 plus. When people don t
understand ideas or comprehend ideas, they are afraid."
"Investment is all about leveraging risk, so why
would you try and invest in something that you don t
know or understand," he added. (CMC)
World Bank: Self-employment
on the rise in the Caribbean
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