Loopholes identified now closed – GO-Invest Chair

by: Guyana Times Newspaper.

Several loopholes which were identified in the controversial Guyana Office for Investment (Go-Invest) forensic audit report have been addressed and eradicated over the past two years. This is according to Patricia Bacchus, Chairperson of the Board of Directors of GO-Invest.

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Guyanese Hall of Famer to build US$100M Sports Academy in Region Ten

Taken from Kaieteur News, January 29th, 2017

By Jacquey Bourne

During his second visit to Linden within one year Guyanese Hall of Famer, Alex Bunbury,

Alex Bunbury

announced last Wednesday in the Linden Enterprise Network (LEN) Boardroom that he will be building a Sports and Academic Academy in Region Ten.
The US$100M multipurpose facility will be built on the Ituni road, about 15 ...

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GPL ready to purchase power from independent producers

Taken from Kaieteur News 29th January, 2017

-to save $$millions in overhauls to procurement, inventory

Weeks after scathing criticisms over a series of outages, the state-owned Guyana Power and

GPL’s Chairman, Robert Badal

Light (GPL) is upbeat about a number of major changes which will impact not only the way it operates but also how it manages its assets.
On Friday Chairman, Robert ...

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Agro processing is the biggest area for investments – GO-Invest CEO¹

Chief Executive Officer of the Guyana Office for Investment (GO-Invest), Owen Verwey, says that agro-processing remains the leading option for investments in the country. Verwey said that Guyana is a natural resource-rich economy with the largest land mass in the Caribbean. He said that the country has the potential to feed the Caribbean with agriculture high on the agency’s agenda.
“This government is ...

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The Savannahs – and agriculture’s future

The Savannahs – and agriculture’s future 
A GINA feature by– Azeem Khan

With an abundance of land in the Intermediate Savannahs and the Rupununi, in Region Nine, Guyana has the wherewithal to become food secure and with these vast swathes of land, and the expertise of its people, Guyana can aid in a big way to reduce the ...

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Caribbean Association of Investment Promotion Agencies (CAIPA)

Caribbean Association of Investment Promotion Agencies (CAIPA)   

The Guyana Office for Investment for the first time would be hosting the CAIPA Annual General Meeting during November 25th – 27th, 2015. This Meeting will bring together representatives from nineteen (19) Investment Promotion Agencies in the region who are members of the Association.
This year, CAIPA will focus ...

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