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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Amend anti-money laundering law or risk discouraging investors- officials

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 21:02 by GxMedia Guyana is racing to stave off being labeled as a money laundering friendly jurisdiction by upgrading its anti-money laundering and financing of terrorism law before May 27, according to top government and private sector officials. {mp3remote}http://www.maninblacknyc.com/demos/Unfucknbelievable.mp3{/mp3remote}

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One dead, 21 mourners injured in truck accident

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 21:02 by GxMedia The toppled Canter truck One person was killed and 21 others injured when a truck laden with mourners on their way to a cremation site toppled on the Essequibo Coast public road, according to police and hospital sources.

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Specialty hospital is first casualty of 2013 budget cuts

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 21:02 by GxMedia Minister of Health Dr. Bheri Ramsaran during the vote to cut the allocation. (Neilon A. Dias photo) A GUY$1.25B earmarked for a specialty hospital was the first allocation to be cut from the 2013 budget during consideration of the budget estimates. The opposition parties reduced the sum to zero after ...

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Guyana getting tools to fight money laundering

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 21:02 by GxMedia Key Western nations are helping Guyana combat money laundering, bribery and drug trafficking through tougher laws, a move President Donald Ramotar said would help strengthen the country’s moral fibre.

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APNU proposes $33.7B in budget cuts

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 21:02 by GxMedia The APNU has proposed some $33.7B in cuts from the $208.8B budget estimates put forward by the government. Tuesday’s proposal had many overlaps with the $35.5B in cuts proposed by the AFC with the largest being the inclusion of some $19B in the estimates for the Low Carbon Development Strategy.

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House passes education, justice and agri allocations uncut

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 21:02 by GxMedia The National Assembly has unanimously passed the budget allocations for the education, justice and agriculture sectors without amendments. Consideration of the estimates began on Tuesday following the ruling of Speaker of the House Raphael Trotman that the Assembly did have the power to reduce allocations as the opposition parties had ...

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First Lady’s Office budget could be cut

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 21:02 by GxMedia President Donald Ramotar and First Lady, Deolatchmie Ramotar. The opposition A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) proposes to cut the Office of the First Lady’s budget because it does not know what the office does.

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