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Friday, October 13, 2006 

Manning at the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
In a recent conference that took place at the famous MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Patrick Manning, Prime Minister of Trinidad & Tobago underscored the importance of leadership and progressive thinking for Caribbean leaders.

In a nutshell, his speech delivered some straightforward thinking in regards to future policy options for the region, and the need to stick to comprehensive development agendas, where continuous improvements in standards of living should be the driving keys behind governments’ policies, and adaptations to technological change and sustainable development. (See here)

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