Conclusion Labour productivity As noted in the first part of this article, six inputs based on physical units or items of expenditure were selected to form an opinion of the stewardship of the previous administration over the affairs of the nation.
Mumbling and grumbling Over the years, there has been plenty mumbling and grumbling about the quality of government services among the general public.
Criticism The international community is grappling with the issue of properly measuring the wealth of countries in a comprehensive way.
Global economic system The issue of global warming and sustainable development can no longer be a matter of passing interest.
Complex technology When someone examines global trade statistics, one thing that jumps out at the reader is the difference in export revenues between primary commodities and manufactured goods.
No one knows Imagine talking to a friend on the phone while thousands of dollars are pressed to your ears and no one knows it.
Part 1 Political condition There has been much speculation about the Guyana economy over the last year or so.
Steadfast Last year, this writer looked at the Massy Group of Companies formerly Neal and Massy to gain an understanding of the operations of this company which has been doing business in Guyana for the past 48 years.
Conclusion Sustainable and harmonious planet In the previous two articles, the 17 SDGs were identified and the importance of addressing the issue of poverty was highlighted.
Trend in money supply As Guyana celebrates its Golden Jubilee, it is perhaps good to talk about something that is on their minds.
Financial wilderness Guyanese farmers continue to lament the lack of adequate access to commercial financing for their agricultural activities.
Global demand The world is bombarded with claims of free trade and its virtues.
Controlled circumstances Guyana is one of 193 member states of the United Nations.
Missed opportunity The Guyana economy grew by an average of 5 percent over the last seven years but questions remain about the distribution of the wealth.
Focus There are six commercial banks in Guyana competing for the business of banking consumers.