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Daily Archives: May 11, 2014

Govt must fix discriminatory environmental tax law- Greenidge

Despite Guyana being ordered by the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) to repay more than US$6 million to a Surinamese beverage manufacturer because an import duty is discriminatory, the opposition A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) on Sunday vowed not to approve an amendment unless the private sector was consulted and a proper  environmental tax was tabled. “Caricom (Caribbean Community) ...

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PPP’s call for City Council’s removal faces stumbling blocks

The Peoples Progressive Party’s (PPP) call for Georgetown’s councillors to be booted out and replaced with an Interim Management Committee (IMC) appear to be hot air because there is a pending court case against the establishment of an un-elected body to run the city’s affairs. Opposition politicians in and out of City Hall on Sunday also said even if the ...

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