Daily Archives: September 2, 2012

Guyana: Amerindian Heritage Month

Amerindian dancers at 2011 Celebrations

Guyana: Amerindian Heritage Month

September every year has been designated as Amerindian Heritage Month in recognition of the sacrifices and contributions of Guyana’s first inhabitants, the Amerindians. Similar observances are held in other countries to honour the contributions of their Native or Indigenous peoples. In the United States, for example, “Native American Heritage Day” is observed in late November, after Thanksgiving; and in some parts of the USA that have a large native population, the entire month of November is devoted to commemorating the Native American experience in the United States.

2012 Articles – click to read

·         Minister launches Amerindian Heritage Month

·         Amerindian Heritage Month ushers in with Inter-faith service

·         AFC – Message in Observance of Amerindian Heritage Month

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Real GDP growth of 2.8% recorded at midyear – Finance Minister

Real GDP growth of 2.8% recorded at midyear – Finance Minister

Saturday September 1, 2012 – Demerara Waves

Finance Minister,  announced that Guyana’s economy recorded a 2.8% growth in real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) up to mid year.

Minister Singh at a press conference on the Mid Year financial report for 2012 stated that the comprehensive assessment of the country’s economy over the course of the first half of the year demonstrated that the trend of positive real economic growth continued.

“This growth reflects continued progress on the diversification of the productive sector where we have now arrived at a point where we are no longer as we were 10 years ago, entirely dependent on one, two or three dominant sectors,” Minister Singh was quoted as saying by the Government Information Agency (GINA).

He added that significant strides have been in diversifying the economy, and these realised the 2.8% growth, despite the fact that a key production sector of sugar contracted.

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