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China extends its reach into Guyana – By Mat Youkee – Dialogo Chino

Poised to become a top oil producer, the small country is also a key logistical link in regional trade

With Chinese investment that isolation could soon be a thing of the past.

In the coming months, the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) is set to deliver its report on a Guyana–Brazil transport link and a deepwater port project for the northern coast.          Continue reading

Nicaragua Canal: 200 year old dream finally comes true

Nicaragua Canal: 200 year old dream finally comes true

Published on Dec 26, 2014

Nicaragua has started work on one of the most-ambitious construction projects in Latin America – a waterway linking the Pacific and Caribbean to dwarf the Panama Canal.

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Guyana: The business community and declining fortunes

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The business community and declining fortunes

MARCH 13, 2014 |  EDITORIAL

The Georgetown Chamber has completed yet another attitudinal survey and as has been the norm, its findings hold no surprises for those who have been following business trends over recent years. The overwhelming majority of those who responded to the survey say that they do not hold out much hope for a change in their fortunes this year.

This comment jars sharply against comments by the government that the economy is on the ‘improve’ and that businesses are expanding.  The government has over the years, been keen to inform the world that it was open to expediting the investment climate and that people were falling head over heels to come to invest in Guyana.

Such a report would have brought smiles to the members of the business community. For example, the hotels would have been reporting better occupancy, because the visiting investors would have had to stay somewhere.  Continue reading