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Pepsi Cola, others investors interested in Guyana’s sugar estates

The United States (US)-headquartered Pepsi-Cola is among several companies interested in investing in the Guyana Sugar Corporation, Public Telecommunications Minister Catherine Hughes announced Friday. “We got some big companies like Pepsi Cola…,” she told a meeting of former sugar workers at Enmore. SPU Privatisation Specialist, Sean Persaud was not keen on speaking about Pepsi Cola …

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Pepsi Cola, other investors interested in Guyana’s sugar estates

The United States (US)-headquartered Pepsi-Cola is among several companies interested in investing in the Guyana Sugar Corporation, Public Telecommunications Minister Catherine Hughes announced Friday. “We got some big companies like Pepsi Cola…,” she told a meeting of former sugar workers at Enmore. SPU Privatisation Specialist, Sean Persaud was not keen on speaking about Pepsi Cola …

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Guyana will reject extension of UN mediation of border controversy … – Demerara Waves Online News Guyana

Demerara Waves Online News GuyanaGuyana will reject extension of UN mediation of border controversy ...Demerara Waves Online News GuyanaGovernment is worried that moves are afoot to pressure Guyana into agreeing to extend high-level United Nations (UN)...

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Guyana will reject extension of UN mediation of border controversy or ceding of territory- sources

Government is worried that moves are afoot to pressure Guyana into agreeing to extend high-level United Nations (UN)-brokered negotiations to settle the border controversy with Venezuela or consider the option of giving up part of its territory, high-level sources said. With  Dagg Halvor Nylander, the United  Nations Secretary General’s Personal Representative on the Border Controversy …

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Why Is Nobody Talking About Exxon Mobil’s Massive Guyana Discoveries? – Seeking Alpha


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City Councillor Garrett collapses and dies

Long-serving  City Councillor, Junior Garrett collapsed and died Friday afternoon, after  very “robust” contributions to a council meeting on the municipality’s budget, Deputy Mayor Lionel Jaikarran said. “I am in shock,” he told Demerara Waves Online News. A meeting on the controversial use of open spaces that was scheduled for Friday afternoon has since been …

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Enmore estate likely to remain opened

The Guyana government has decided to keep the Enmore sugar estate as a going concern while the search continues for long-term investors, a senior official of the divestment corporation announced Friday. Shawn Persaud of the Special Purpose Unit (SPU) of the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited ( NICIL) told hundreds of workers at Enmore …

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Mother-beater shot after chopping policeman

A man  was early Friday morning shot after he chopped a policeman who responded to a report that he was beating his mother at their home at Herstelling, East Bank Demerara. Police said at about 2:30 Friday morning, a 33-year old man was shot twice and the policeman chopped twice.The incident occurred when a police …

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GDF Lance Corporal held for shooting of wildlife exporter

A wildlife exporter was shot and robbed of several items by three men and a Guyana Defence Force Lance Corporal has since been arrested, the Guyana Police Force said. Injured is 44-year old Imole Fox of 94 Regent and King Streets, Georgetown. He was shot to his lower right leg and a bullet grazed his …

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exporTT mission heading to Guyana | The Trinidad Guardian … – Trinidad Guardian


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14 local companies will be in Guyana from January 29 to 31 for a three day visit to one of the Caribbean region's fastest growing economies. According to a media release from exporTT yesterday this mission will be led by the trade facilitation.

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