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The Wales debacle: Sunlight?  (Part 3)

by ravi devi February 10, 2016 By GuyanaTimes While Dr Clive Thomas might be a “town man”, he knows sugar as well, if not more than most who “come from the loges”. And that is why I was quite surprised when he, as Chairman of GuySuCo, went along with the abrupt announcement…

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LGE: Questions for the contestants

FEBRUARY 12, 2016 | BY KNEWS | FILED UNDER FEATURES / COLUMNISTS, FREDDIE KISSOON In the upcoming Local Government Elections (LGE), I have to vote in Georgetown. The positive thing about these elections is that the electorate has a choice among constituency competitors. In my columns over the past three…

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RPA pocketed $2.5M monthly from PPP Govt – Holder

RPA General Secretary Dharamkumar Seeraj guyana chronicle February 10, 2016  The privately-run Rice Producers’ Association (RPA) had pocketed a $2.5M subvention from the PPP administration over the past two decades, Agriculture Minister, Noel Holder told the National Assembly on Wednesday. An audit into the Guyana Rice Development Board (GRDB) had…

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