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Diplomatic Dispute May Emerge Over Failed Jamaica-Trinidad LNG Deal

According to Radio Jamaica, Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller sent a letter to the government of Trinidad & Tobago expressing disappointment with Trinidad’s recent announcement that it will not be able to fulfill a memorandum of understanding
March 1, 2007

According to Radio Jamaica, Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller sent a letter to the government of Trinidad & Tobago expressing disappointment with Trinidad’s recent announcement that it will not be able to fulfill a memorandum of understanding to supply LNG to Jamaica. A Trinidadian opposition leader also placed blame on the Trinidadian government for being overly optimistic when it signed the agreement.

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