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Long-term investment considerations for Guyana

By Cristina Caus and Jerry Haar It was British philosopher Francis Bacon who stated that one man’s folly is the fortune of another. In the...

Food security: The ultimate test of CARICOM’s relevance

By David Jessop In 2023, CARICOM will celebrate its 50th anniversary. Plans are underway for what may be a year-long celebration. Most governments, the secretariat, and...

Can Guyana partially substitute Russian gas? The numbers appear to say so

By Arthur Deakin In June of 2022, gas supply from Russia to the European Union fell by nearly two-thirds compared to the previous year. Nord...

Strengthening Guyana’s relationship with the United States

By Strengthening Guyana’s relationship with the United States The United States is Guyana’s most important bilateral relationship. The United States remains a major power in...

Guyana’s fossil-green economy, a model climate change agent

By Carolyn Walcott & Terrence Blackman Guyana is at an exciting yet critical juncture in broader climate change, adaptation, mitigation, and fossil fuel development discourses....

Europe and US gripped in lethal heatwave: Will this bring long-delayed action on Climate...

By Sir Ronald Sanders Over the last few weeks, global warming has caused the deaths of thousands of people in Europe, and it has dislocated...

Bank of England bank rate

Posted by: Paul Butcher - Actuary The Bank of England’s (BoE) main role is to maintain monetary stability and oversee the work of financial functions...

LG Science Park: ‘A first-hand view of the work and innovation’

By Janet L. Yellen Facilities such as these testify to the dynamism of the Korean economy. The ingenuity and industriousness seen here help explain how Korea...

Bangladesh approach ‘not to face Sri Lanka like crisis’

By John Rozario In recent times, one of the topics of discussion in regional politics including Bangladesh is the economic and political disaster in Sri...

Splitting the climate change bill for consuming hydrocarbons

By Dr Lorraine Sobers A disproportionate fraction of the climate change bill is already being paid by developing countries. There is no correlation between where...

G20 high-level seminar on macroeconomic policy mix for stability and economic recovery

By Janet L. Yellen Just as the recovery from COVID-19 was taking hold, Russia’s unjustified war against Ukraine sent a shockwave through the global economy....

Aiding the digital revolution in global financial inclusion

By David Malpass Around the world, high inflation, slow economic growth, and food shortages are hurting the poor the most. Coming on top of the...

Electing a woman leader – a long and winding road 

By Sir Ronald Sanders The fight for the post of leader of the ruling Conservative Party in Britain and for the presidency of the United...

Facing a darkening economic outlook: How the G20 can respond

By Kristalina Georgieva As G20 ministers and central bank governors gather in Bali this week, they face a global economic outlook that has darkened significantly. When...

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