Finding the will to move forward


In more recent times, there has been much discussion and expression of alarm about Guyana’s manufacturing sector. These discussions have primarily focused on the seemingly stagnant performance of the sector over the years and the perception of Guyanese that something other than itself was holding back the manufacturing sector from doing better.  In bygone days, the manufacturing sector could identify, along with existing products, things like processed milk, refrigerators, stoves, matches, bicycles, radios, textiles, assembled motor vehicles and shoes as part of its sector.  Back then, the attitude of the government was different and the environment was different. …to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In


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