Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – January 28-29. 2018

News – 29 January 2018

The Oil and Gas Sector…Joint ministerial committee formed to address cost recovery

Page One Comment…ExxonMobil must correct the injustice done to Guyana

IMF urges Govt…Put all petroleum revenue payments immediately in Natural Resource Fund

Cops pursuing prime suspect in Monica Reece investigation

Dispute with Canadian gold company escalates…Local miners threaten return to Marudi Mountain area

Guyana EITI Secretariat will be fully operational in 2018 – Natural Resources Minister

Copyright legislation important to liberalise telecommunication sector – Hughes

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Social Protection Ministry urges care providers to be registered

East Ruimveldt gets Info. and Communications Technology hub

WiPay Guyana works to transform the way Guyanese pay bills

To start your own business you need the grit to endure all trials

Hundreds turn out to Education Ministry Maths Camp

Renovated Linden Enterprise Network offices nears completion

‘Guyana stands with Lusignan’


 News – 28 January 2018

ExxonMobil hands Guyana US$460M bill covering pre-discovery operations

Sugar talks lead to bitter internal fallout in PPP

GRA drops hammer on questionable vehicle auctions

Govt. secure mediocre Local Content provisions in contract with ExxonMobil – Ram

Incestuous relations highlighted at Eugene F. Correia Airport

Patriotic entrepreneur, Allison Butters-Grant, is a ‘Special Person’

Opposition dares Granger to set up CoI into crime wave murders

President, ministers tour Timehri airport project

GBTI names director as new chief

Transfer pricing: Companies illegally hide profits

Magistrate to comply with directions of DPP and commit “Grey Boy” for murder

Nonperforming loans and the decline of lending by banks

Berbice Carpenter murder PI… Attorney representing the five accused withdraws from the case.

27,000 cellphones offered as GTT celebrates 27th anniversary

That army announcement and our tax dollars

ECLAC outlines priorities for Latin America and Caribbean at World Economic Forum

The IDB’s view on China’s rise in the Caribbean

Global takeaways from Trump’s Davos speech

Social organisation proves to Special Needs Children it cares..

Essequibians claim Exxon’s answers inadequate

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