Guyana: Sugar reform

Guyana and the wider world

Part 2

This week I shall conclude my discussion of the reform of Guyana’s sugar industry started on September 2, 2012. For convenience, today’s presentation is organized under three general headings, namely: the carve-out of the Skeldon Sugar Industry Modernization Project (SSMP), (to be treated as a separate area of concern); the creation of a special task force on sugar reform; and, the disposition of those remaining GuySuCo’s assets that do not fall within the ambit of the SSMP.

Carve-out area
As earlier advanced in Stabroek News columns, I remain convinced that, those GuySuCo assets presently tied up in the SSMP should continue to remain so, under the control of a  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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