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August 1, 2018

Guyana Chronicle News

WPA urges greater equality

By guyana chronicle August 1, 2018 – stresses equal opportunities for all in the run-up to first-oil AS Guyana celebrates Emancipation Day today, the Working People’s Alliance (WPA) is calling on citizens and leaders to do away with ethno-racial inequality once and for all. Challenging all ethnic groups in the country…

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Stabroek

Business conference held for Lindeners of African descent

By Staff Writer stabroek news august 1, 2018   Share   Lindeners paying keen attention to the segment on the services offered by the Guyana Marketing Corporation (DPI photo) A recent One-Stop-Shop business conference looked at empowering Lindeners of African descent on how to become successful entrepreneurs, a release from the Department…

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Henry Jeffery, Stabroek

Co-operatives and emancipation

By Henry Jeffrey stabroek news august 1, 2018 In late 1975, in an article – The colonial model facilitating co-operative underdevelopment in Guyana –published in the Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics (Belgium. October 1975), I said that ‘In 1973 there were 1237 registered [cooperative] societies with a membership totaling 105,900 and…

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Demerara Waves

President Granger delivers hard-hitting speech on Emancipation Eve… stop idling, return to the land, educate yourself for oil economy

Posted by: Denis Chabrol in Business, News, Politics August 1, 2018 President David Granger Tuesday night- Emancipation Eve- urged Guyanese to become educated to take advantage of the country’s emerging oil wealth as the route towards economic emancipation. In what appeared to be his frankest public address yet to the Afro-Guyanese community, he called on them…

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