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From the outset, she wanted to expand the boundaries of our interview beyond the issues that we had settled on earlier.
This week’s ceremonial turning of the sod preparatory to the construction of a complex in which to house the Government Analyst-Food & Drugs Department (GAFDD) would appear to signal the beginning of the end of the marginalization of a key state agency which has spent just a few years short of a decade performing critical functions utilizing makeshift accommodation on the University of Guyana’s Turkeyen Campus.
Just over a month after Minister of State Joseph Harmon had declared that the APNU+AFC administration had set aside the 165 MV Amalia Falls Hydropower Project, the private sector appears to have not yet written off the controversial power supply option as a vehicle for accelerating the growth of the country’s manufacturing sector.
As early as Saturday evening, long before the scheduled three-night Uncapped event at the National Exhibition Site, Sophia, was over, officials of the Guyana Manufacturing & Services Association (GMSA) were announcing that four more such events, at Providence, Port Mourant, and two other venues including one in Region Three, would be held in 2018.
The National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (NAREI) is reporting that production of sweet peppers by local farmers last year reduced the country’s food import bill by $20 million.
By Malisa Richards Interim Secretary “The creation of the Internet Society Guyana Chapter comes at a critical time in Guyana where international issues, such as the .amazon TLD, net neutrality, internet governance, connecting the next billion users and Guyanese issues, such as liberalization of the telecommunication sector becomes paramount in national and international dialogues” Hinds said.
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Lakraj Singh, Roy, as he is familiarly known, has spent more than twenty years selling spices to customers on the Essequibo Coast.
Gold Prices for the three day period ending Thursday November 02, 2017
GASCI Summary of Financials Session 745 October 30, 2017
Vendors trading from stalls in Bourda Street will have to give up their trading positions for around two weeks, beginning immediately, to allow for repairs to the roadway which has deteriorated continually over the years.
GASCI (www.gasci.com/telephone Nº 223-6175/6) reports that session 745’s trading results showed consideration of $25,317,802 from 543,145 shares traded in 9
The journey from being a Primary School teacher in the South Rupununi village of Achiwuib has brought Edwin Looknauth right back to his earliest adult employment, working as an assistant to his grandmother, Drupattie, whose reputation as a coconut oil seller in Bourda Market, he insists, some people can still recall.
The weaknesses in the local agro-processing sub-sector have, over the past year or two, secured increasing traction as a talking point at various fora.
Brooke Glasford Some of the most lucrative moves designers have made in the past were to partner with a fast fashion store and release a capsule collection that’s available strictly through that brand.
GASCI Summary of Financials Session 744 October 23, 2017
GASCI (www.gasci.com/telephone Nº 223-6175/6) reports that session 744’s trading results showed
Dr Leyland Lucas, Visiting Professor at the School of Entrepreneur-ship and Business Innovation (SEBI) at the University of Guyana has said that the pursuit of an effective local content policy for the oil and gas industry must seek, among other things, to create a local content policy that seeks to bring an equity of benefits.
Some of the country’s major and modest agro-processors will set out their stalls at the `Uncapped’ event today at the National Exhibition Centre, Sophia, hoping for a fruitful interface with major supermarkets and other outlets that will significantly grow the home market for local agro produce.
As 2020 draws closer the learning curve associated with Guyana becoming an oil and gas country will become steeper.
By Dr. Leyland Lucas Visiting Professor School of Enterprise and Business Innovation University of Guyana As Guyana prepares for the flow of oil and gas in 2020, there is a great deal of discussion surrounding how this nation will benefit.