Flagship outlet to be launched in Jamaica shortly Fashion designer and businessman Ron Morrison, Chief Executive Officer of the fashion design company Mori J’Von, is working to consolidate the local and regional market for apparel manufactured by the internationally renowned North Carolina-based company Hanes.
Minister of Agriculture Robert Persaud on Saturday met with Essequibo farmers at the Affiance Multi-Purpose Centre to inform them of steps being taken in the agriculture sector to cushion the effects of rising fuel costs and to maintain drainage systems in order to maximise production.
Excess liquidity continues to plague banking sector …Chief Executive Officer Chief Executive Officer of the Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) Radhakishore Sharma is upbeat about the immediate future of the Guyanese economy despite the impact of rising oil and food prices and a high inflation rate.
Government started a pre-feasibility study for the Linden/Lethem roadway earlier this month in keeping with its efforts to develop the Guyana/Brazil road linkage by upgrading the Linden/Lethem route.
GASCI (www.gasci.com/telephone Nº 223-6175/6) reports that session 247’s trading results showed consideration of $2,390,727 from 242,666 shares traded in 5 transactions as compared to session 246 which showed consideration of $1,581,307 from 134,121 shares traded in 14 transactions.
Executive Chairman advocates local development bank to further encourage entrepreneurship Executive Chairman of the Institute for Private Enterprise Development (IPED) Dr Leslie Chin has told Stabroek Business that there is need for the creation of a development bank in Guyana to help stimulate entrepreneurial growth here.
A strategic plan for the expansion of the local aquaculture industry prepared by the National Aquaculture Association of Guyana (NAAG) and which has secured the backing of both the public and private sectors is seeking to guide the industry towards becoming Guyana’s leading economic sector by the year 2015.
Poor service standards A year ago we were in the midst of preparations for the arrival of visitors for Cricket World Cup.
Karen Abrams holds an MBA from UC San Francisco. She is a Marketing and Small Business Consultant in the US and Caribbean.
Four enterprising Guyanese women have established a new business centre which they say is designed to enhance the quality of social skills among the pool of employees in the service sector.
A thirty year old New York City College of Technology graduate in Computer Information Systems has decided that his search for suitable employment since his return to Guyana from the United States a year ago is over.
GASCI (www.gasci.com/telephone Nº 223-6175/6) reports that session 245’s trading results showed consideration of $568,410 from 51,284 shares traded in 7 transactions as compared to session 244 which showed consideration of $3,070,733 from 185,938 shares traded in 13 transactions.
Hundreds of Guyanese pilots, engineers working with regional, international airlines Private aviation companies want government to provide provisional approval to allow the Ogle Airport to be used for regional flights.
Despite a period of sustained global growth, the world economy is now confronting an uncertain and difficult period threatened by rising food prices and even acute shortages in some countries.
The “Made In China” phenomenon and its impact on both developed and developing countries is a long and complicated issue which requires more than 1000 words to adequately analyze.
Concerns have been expressed among residents and organizations in Linden and at the level of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over bauxite dust emission particularly on the western side of the Demerara River.
Bosai directed to submit plans for alleviating the problem by month end The Chinese Bauxite Company Bosai has been given up to the end of this month to provide the local Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) with firm proposals for alleviating the worsening problem of dust emission from its bauxite operations at Linden.
Government and the group of private aviators comprising Ogle Airport Inc. the company holding the lease for the development of the Ogle Aerodrome into a municipal regional airport may be moving closer to an agreement that could end the controversy over the release by the Ministry of Finance of the 1.5 million euro European Union (EU) grant for the development of the second phase of the airport upgrading project.
Parking meters for Georgetown this year Senior City Hall officials are pushing more aggressive rates and taxes collection and new business initiatives as mechanisms for generating more income in 2008.
The outcome of a feasibility study being undertaken by the Chinese mining company BOSAI on the setting up of an alumina plant at Linden could be known by early next year according to the company’s Industrial Relations Manager Peter Benny.
There has been a spate of comments since the initialing of the Economic Partnership Agreement between the European Union and Cariforum.
GASCI (www.gasci.com/telephone N0 223-6175/6) reports that session 244’s trading results showed consideration of $3,070,733 from 185,938 shares traded in 13 transactions as compared to session 243 which showed consideration of $13,489,102 from 398,314 shares traded in 18 transactions.
Dust collection system on stream for next year but more production could mean more dust this year Amidst evidence of growing concern over dust emission from the bauxite plont at Linden, an official of the Chinese mining company BOSAI has told Stabroek Business that the company is preparing to make health-related interventions in affected communities at the end of March.