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June 2017

Henry Jeffery, Stabroek

Lincoln Lewis: reasoning away structures

By HENRY JEFFREY  stabroek news June 28, 2017 In 1817, the social theorist, activist and ‘father’ of ‘cooperation’, Robert Owen, was told at the Congress of Sovereigns at Aix-La-Chappelle that the enduring structural contradiction between capital and labour would make it impossible for his idea of cooperativising the world to gain…

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Haitian experience

By MOSA TELFORD June 24, 2017 stabroek news Every day Cubans are arriving in Guyana to engage in shopping. Asians have been coming for years setting up businesses all around the country. Brazilians are also here managing businesses. But Haitians? Haitians who are part of the Caribbean Community (Caricom) travelling through Guyana…

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Buxton-based garment manufacturer eyes expansion

stabroek news STAFF WRITER June 25, 2017 Primo’s Sewing Establishment has had a successful year and is looking to expand its operations as it reignites the local garment manufacturing industry. George Abrams’ Primo’s Sewing Establishment opened its doors last May at Lot 23 Company Road, Buxton and has so far received an…

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