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Daily Archives: May 24, 2015

President, Chinese investors for major meeting

Chinese residents and investors in Guyana are later this week expected to discuss a range of burning issues with President David Granger at meeting of the Guyana-China Business Council, according to that businessn organisation’s Chairman, Clinton Williams. “The GCBC expects that a wide cross section of Chinese entrepreneurs will seize this opportunity to discuss the hot-button trade and social issues ...

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Government to meet, assess Guyana IDB representative

by Zena Henry As the new government continues to assess their foreign representatives, Finance Minister Winston Jordan is slated to meet with Guyana’s Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) representative hours from now to determine whether he is the right man for the job. It is unsure how long, Executive Director Zulfikar Ally has been serving in the capacity, representing Guyana and ...

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Guyanese death squad drug lord ; Jagdeo’s friend Ed Ahmad likely to testify against New York State Senator

Reproduced from New York Post One was the drug-trafficking leader of a South American death squad. The other is a former airline baggage handler now serving a life sentence for drug running. Shaheed “Roger” Khan and Victor Bourne are just a few in a rogues gallery of possible witnesses whose stories or testimony will figure into the upcoming trial of ...

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Five confirmed dead following Lion Mountain accident

By Zena Henry Police are currently investigating the death of five miners who were killed in a vehicular accident that occurred in the interior location of Lion Mountain late last week. Demerara Waves was unable to ascertain the identity of the five deceased, but understands that the driver of the truck they were travelling in is currently at the Suddie ...

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Guyana: I sympathize with the President but the New Cabinet resembles a thrown together group of individuals rather than a team

by Dr. David Hinds It’s been quite a first week for Guyana’s new Coalition government. They are still basking in the sunlight of an unexpected victory. Their supporters, including this writer, are still celebrating. In such a situation, any criticism of the government is not likely to go down well with the supporters. The new rulers initial missteps—and there have ...

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