Approval of sugar subvention depends on real reforms

– Granger

With the Government yesterday unveiling a $220 billion budget and a whopping $6B for the sugar industry, Leader of the main opposition APNU, David Granger said that unless the sugar industry is reformed his group will not be supporting such a large sum.

“We will have to go into the Committee of Supply and we will have to see what the budget entails. Certainly the allocations for sugar and power generation, we will want to see what is being provided so that the money is not wasted. We don’t want to throw good money after bad and unless …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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