Business unusual: Some local traders concerned as Chinese retail foray widens

Publicly, the private sector umbrella organisations in Guyana are evasive in a long-winded sort of way whenever the issue of the proliferation of Chinese merchants and the impact of their presence on the local commercial sector arises.

Perhaps it is because the political administration has already pronounced on the issue; the Chinese presence, the government says, is a reflection of the reality of free trade. Lining up behind the government  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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