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Daily Archives: October 28, 2017

Guyana, Venezuela in crucial United Nations-arranged border talks

The Foreign Ministers of Guyana and Venezuela are in New York to hold two days of talks that have been organised by the United Nations to discuss the decades-old controversy over the 1899 Arbitral Tribunal Award that settled the boundary between the two neigbouring South American countries. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the talks would be held on Saturday ...

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Private sector must stop lamenting about political instability and stay out of politics- Business Minister

Minister of Business, Dominic Gaskin has called on Guyana’s private sector to stop expressing disappointment about political instability and instead portray themselves as a neutral organisation, almost immediately after the Guyana Manufacturing and Services Association (GMSA) Friday night called for political will in improving the agriculture sector. Addressing the opening of the GMSA-organised agro-business expo, Uncapped, being held at the ...

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Guyana’s manufacturing assoc. touts big agro-processing facility

The Guyana Manufacturing and Services Association (GMSA) intends to ask government to help finance the construction of a massive plant to process agricultural produce for local and foreign markets, that organisation’s First Vice President, Ramsey Ali said. He told Demerara Waves Online News that the idea would be presented to Finance Minister, Winston Jordan and other ministers when GMSA representatives ...

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PPP, Afro-Guyanese groups slam each other over “Indian” vs “Afro” GECOM Chairman

Several African Guyanese organisations on Friday lashed out at the East Indian-dominated People’s Progressive Party for submitting 18 mostly East Indian nominees for the post of Guyana Elections Commission in a bid to force President David Granger to select one of them. “The recent Constitutional appointment by His Excellency David Arthur Granger has publicly revealed what Africans in Guyana and ...

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