If Guyana wants to pay taxes on behalf of oil companies, it must...

Based on its contractual agreement, the Government of Guyana will pay ExxonMobil’s Corporate Income Tax (CIT) out of its 50...

Guyana’s seafood export to US dips following new shrimp legislation

Guyana’s seafood sector has seen a contraction in exports to the United States with the introduction of new legislations put...

State Owned Enterprises now in a $9.3B deficit-Central Bank Governor

The performance of Guyana’s State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) continues to be dismal. In fact, many of these agencies have pushed the...

New River ramps for La Harmonie and Endeavour

The communities of La Harmonie and Endeavour, located about 15 and 20 miles respectively up the Demerara River on the...

M&CC to host $19M “City Week” celebrations

The Mayor and City Council (M&CC) of Georgetown is gearing to host the first, Georgetown “Town Week”. The celebrations that...

Opposition objects to limited time given for Budget 2019 deliberations

The People's Progressive Party/ Civic’s (PPP/C) Parliamentary opposition has objected to the limited days forced upon the Committee of Supply...

IDB lending US$11.6 M support to transform Guyana’s Energy Sector

Guyana is set to transform its energy governance with help from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). This will translate to...

US$31M Sheriff Street/Mandela Avenue Road Expansion Programme in jeopardy as Govt. requests termination of...

The Expansion of the Sheriff Street–Mandela Road Programme has been cast into jeopardy as the Government of Guyana (GoG) moves...

GRA hurries to prepare for oil auditing but still to get tax administration right...

The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) is yet to fix some of the fundamental issues related to tax administration. Yet, this...

El Dorado Gold Project aims to achieve mercury-free mining by 2025

As the Ministry of Natural Resources moves to eliminate the use of mercury in the mining industry, Conservation International Guyana...

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