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Daily Archives: August 12, 2016

Guyanese Wall Street executive donates computers to Tutorial High School

Guyana-born Wall Street civil engineering Principal of Constructomics Trevor Prince donatedten (10) computers and related accessories to the New York Tutorial Support Group Inc. (NYTSG) for use at Tutorial High School (THS). The computers were delivered to THS’s computer laboratory in July just before summer break, complementing 32 previously donated by NYTSG in 2007. The NYTSG noted that with existing ...

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Region Seven eyes hydro-power plant

The administration of Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni) hopes to revive plans to build a hydro-power station at Paruima Falls as part of efforts to kick-start agro-processing ventures in that area, Regional Chairman, Gordon Bradford said Friday. “The river doesn’t dry. It always has water, Bradford told Demerara Waves Online News. He plans to lobby central government when Junior Minister of Public ...

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Jagdeo slams govt for requesting Caricom tariff waivers; failing to craft economic plan

Opposition Leader, Bharrat Jagdeo on Friday objected to the Guyana government succumbing to Caribbean Community (Caricom) tariff rules, saying it would set a bad precedent and put the country’s manufacturing sector at grave risk. “I heard some people have applied to Caricom for (Common External Tariff) waivers and they have got those waivers and that’s good but the moment you ...

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Jagdeo warns of rising oil prices without renewable energy

Opposition Leader, Bharrat Jagdeo on Friday urged that contingency measures, including the construction of the Amaila Falls hydro-power plant, be used to cushion the impact of gradually rising world oil prices. “We are enjoying a period of relative calm and basically good prices but these are going to turn against us again,” he told a luncheon organised by the Guyana ...

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