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Competition and Consumer Affairs Commission rules against Shipping Association of Guyana in price fixing complaint

The Competition and Consumer Affairs Commission (CCAC) has ruled unanimously against the Shipping Association of Guyana (SAG) in a price fixing case brought by a privately-owned transportation service, that regulatory agency said Tuesday. The CCAC’s decision brings to an end proceedings stemming from a 2017 complaint against SAG by businessman Mahindranauth Jaikarran, owner of JD …

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Tax disclosure waivers needed for Extractive Industries Transparency process

As Guyana prepares its first Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) report on monies spent by 35 petroleum and mining companies and received by government, a UK-based firm that has been hired to match earnings and expenses says the companies will be asked to authorise the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) to release confidential tax information. Hired …

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Guyana denies shipping ‘bad’ rice to Jamaica – Jamaica Observer

Guyana denies shipping 'bad' rice to Jamaica  Jamaica ObserverGEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) — Guyana says it has not shipped any rice to Jamaica under the “Cinderella” brand for the year after media reports in Kingston ...

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Manager charged with using Rio club as brothel – Stabroek News

Manager charged with using Rio club as brothel  Stabroek NewsThe manager of the Rio Nightclub was yesterday charged with operating a brothel. It is alleged that between November 1st, 2018 and February 5th, 2019, being ...

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AG seeks stay of confidence vote rulings – Stabroek News

AG seeks stay of confidence vote rulings  Stabroek NewsAttorney General (AG) Basil Williams SC on behalf of government yesterday asked the Court of Appeal for orders to stay the effects of two of Chief Justice ...

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Civil society forum formed to address governance – Stabroek News

Civil society forum formed to address governance  Stabroek NewsCivil society groups have formed a forum to address the governance of Guyana within the ambit of Article 13 of the Constitution. Article 13 of the constitution says ...

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Guyana: Miner charged with murder – St. Lucia News Online

Guyana: Miner charged with murder  St. Lucia News OnlineFebruary 12, 2019. Share This On: Share · Tweet · Pin · +1 · Share. 0 Shares. Paul Charles was remanded to prison until February 21. (NEWS ROOM) — A ...

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Guyana: Salesman charged with rape of girl, 13 – St. Lucia News Online

Guyana: Salesman charged with rape of girl, 13  St. Lucia News OnlineFebruary 12, 2019. Share This On: Share · Tweet · Pin · +1 · Share. 0 Shares. Randy Peters at the Georgetown Magistrate's Court. (NEWS ROOM) — A ...

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Guyana signs air services agreements with 16 states – Stabroek News

Guyana signs air services agreements with 16 states  Stabroek NewsThe Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) in December last year signed air services agreements with 16 states at a meeting in Kenya. GCAA officials attended ...

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