Following seizures of property during Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) raids on its operations at Providence and Coomacka, the Chief Executive Officer of Baishalin yesterday appealed to government and the people to show patience and give the Chinese logging company at least three years to deliver on its commitments to value-added output and job creation.
“We need three more years. Say, up to 2019. We would appreciate if the Guyanese people and government show patience with us. They will see the returns on their investment,” Chief Executive Officer Hungbo Chu told Stabroek News in an interview at the company’s Region 10 operation yesterday, while ….