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China and Guyana – Stabroek News

China and GuyanaStabroek NewsThere is a certain uneasiness if not fear about the increasing prominence and self-assurance about the rapid growth of the Chinese not only in Guyana but in the rest of the Caribbean and very particularly Africa. Books and ...

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Guyana allocates US$43mn for drainage, water supply in 2013 – Water World


Guyana allocates US$43mn for drainage, water supply in 2013
Water World
Regarding the supply of potable water, the government has allocated 2.7bn Guyanese dollars to "increase the level and quality of potable water supply to new areas through the upgrade of distribution systems, improved services connections, and ...

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US Reaches Open Skies Agreement with Guyana – Latin American Herald Tribune


US Reaches Open Skies Agreement with Guyana
Latin American Herald Tribune
WASHINGTON – U.S. Ambassador to the Co-operative Republic of Guyana Brent D. Hardt and Guyana's Minister of Public Works Robeson Benn signed an Open Skies air services agreement on Monday in Georgetown, Guyana, formalizing the liberalization ...

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Businessman held over timber cocaine released – Stabroek News

Businessman held over timber cocaine releasedStabroek NewsBased on reports the container which was registered to Guyana Timber Products Inc. had been sitting at a city wharf for several weeks although abnormalities were picked up during scanning by the...

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Four Open champions for Demerara Mutual golf tourney – Stabroek News


Four Open champions for Demerara Mutual golf tourney
Stabroek News
At least four former Guyana Open champions are expected to be in action at this weekend's Demerara Mutual Medal Play golf tournament at the Lusignan golf Club. Visiting Canadian-based Jaipaul Seenanan is a present in Guyana and will compete in the ...

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A discourse of provocation – Stabroek News


A discourse of provocation
Stabroek News
I have written before here that armed forces manpower, in Guyana as in many nations, had been and is determined by the attraction of one ethnic group to the administration jobs at all levels and that it was neither “jobs for those with party cards” nor ...

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Minister: Guyana’s economy will grow 5 per cent – Trinidad Guardian


Minister: Guyana's economy will grow 5 per cent
Trinidad Guardian
GEORGETOWN—Guyana's finance minister says the economy of the South American country is projected to grow by more than five per cent this year due to a boost in production of gold, rice and bauxite. Ashni Singh says gold production is projected to grow ...

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Guyana, US Sign Open Skies Agreement – Caribbean Journal

Routes NewsGuyana, US Sign Open Skies AgreementCaribbean JournalThe United States and Guyana have signed an Open Skies air services agreement, the State Department Announced this week. The agreement was signed March 25 by US Ambassador to Guyana Brent ...

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