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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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David Hinds' Media Comments, Demerara Waves

Govt leaders failing to talk with sugar workers to counteract PPP; time for emergency national sugar conversation- Hinds

Posted by: Denis Chabrol in demerara waves June 24, 2017 Politician and academic, Professor David Hinds on Saturday called on top government leaders to fan out across the sugar belt to talk with sugar workers about the future of the industry because both sides have valuable arguments. Hinds criticised government leaders…

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Either WPA members are non-existent or stupid

Jun 24, 2017 Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon The Working People’s Alliance (WPA) held a press conference last Monday, and what came out of the mouths of some of its leaders at that table confirms my long held belief that this country is the most macabre in the world, and…

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