Budget 2020: GDP expected to grow between 48.4 percent and 51.2 percent

In the first half of 2020, Minister of Public Infrastructure and Finance, Bishop Juan Edghill revealed moments ago that Guyana’s real economy is estimated...

Audit Office learning tricks of oil trade via rigorous overseas training –Sharma

Come 2020, the Audit Office of Guyana wants to be in the best position possible to effectively audit the oil sector. In this regard,...

Guyana to spent $2B phase out mercury in mining

Two major projects targeting the reduction of mercury use in the mining industry will soon be introduced as part of a National Action Plan...

Supplier was paid in full despite passing off used blood testing machines as new...

The Mabaruma District Hospital, Region One (Barima/Waini), is still awaiting the delivery of two haematology analysers, after it was discovered that the two previously...

Loans and advances to the private sector grew by 8.6 percent last year

Even though the Central Bank has lamented over the years about rising non-performing loans, there was still an increase in the loans and advances...

Gov’t allocates $3B to prepare land for new housing schemes

The Government has set aside over $3B in the National 2020 Budget to help the ailing housing sector. “This allocation will be utilised for various...

Auditor General must say if reports coming out of leaked document are accurate –...

Both Ministers of the Ministry of Public Infrastructure (MoPI) are questioning why the Auditor General, Deodat Sharma, is yet to respond to the leaking...

Bristow close to declaring bankruptcy, under investigation

The impending declaration of bankruptcy from the Bristow Group – Exxon's helicopter service provider – is already drawing attention on the international aviation stage...

Central Bank pulls regulatory lasso tighter around credit unions

Credit unions play an important role in the financial sector because they have significant potential to reach the most vulnerable income groups. However, their...

GRA should focus on taxes; it is incapable of reviewing Exxon’s contract costs –Dr....

The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) has started the audit process for ExxonMobil’s controversial pre-contract costs which totals over US$460M. And until the Petroleum Commission...

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