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Guyana, geostrategic entrepreneurialism and energy

By Scott B. MacDonald The global political and economic system is in flux, driven by climate change, a transition from fossil fuels to renewables, and...

Implementing Guyana’s Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS): Part 2

By Dr. Ulric Trotz Guyana, together with other developing countries have been pressing for the prioritization of climate change adaptation at international climate change meetings...

Guyana’s trade prospects

By Jerry Haar and Cristina Caus A cursory view of the political, economic and social environment in South America does not instill optimism. Economic and...

CDB approves USD76.2M for upgrade of Guyana Water Supply Systems

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados - The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has approved a USD 76.2 million loan to the Government of Guyana (GOGY) for the Guyana...

A stronger private sector could drive long-term sustainable and inclusive growth in the Caribbean: World Bank Group Report

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, (CDB) - Small Caribbean countries can accelerate private-sector development, a critical step to fostering sustainable and inclusive growth, by addressing key sources...

Guyana and the Gulf States: Fostering mutual interest

By Scott B. MacDonald In May 2023, Guyana’s president Irfaan Ali made an official visit to Qatar, several thousand miles away in the Persian Gulf,...

FPSOs role in raising Guyana’s position in the Market: What does this mean for production and revenues?

By Cristina Caus On April 11, 2023, the floating production, storage and offloading vessel (FPSO) Prosperity arrived in Guyana and joined the other two FPSOs,...

 Starbucks officially launched in Guyana

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, (DPI) – President Dr Mohamed Irfaan Ali urged the Starbucks Guyana team, through collaboration with the local private sector, to work towards...

Participants from across the world register for Expo Jamaica

By E. Hartman Reckord KINGSTON, Jamaica, (JIS) – Three hundred and seventy-four participants from across the world have registered for the 48th staging of Expo...

Guyana to boost food production

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, (DPI) – Guyana is gradually moving towards agri-business, as part of the government’s consistent plan to acquire higher levels of productivity in...

World Bank Group executive directors have first-hand look at development challenges in Belize

USA / BELIZE - Executive directors of the World Bank Group last week completed an official visit to Belize where they saw first-hand the...

Guyana to benefit from higher energy prices, levels of oil production – IDB

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, (DPI) – Guyana continues to be in a favourable position as it relates to its oil and gas sector, as the country...

Guyana to implement measures to contain rising prices amid external shocks

One of the Caribbean countries which contained inflation to single digits-lower than many countries in the world.    GEORGETOWN, Guyana, (DPI) – As the...

Guyana’s mortgage interest rates amongst the lowest in the world, says minister Rodrigues

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, (DPI) –Guyana has one of the lowest mortgage interest rates in the Caribbean and the wider world. This was highlighted by minister within...
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