Republic Journal

Building on Guyana's Strengths

In an earlier blog, I highlighted a few of the many opportunities for both local and foreign entities committed to working together to build on Guyana’s strengths, and realize its potential to be a competitive player in the global oil and gas industry. Notable among these strengths is Guyana’s robust, liquid and stable financial services sector which is well-positioned to serve as a solid foundation for its emerging oil and gas sector.

A World in Flux

Change is a one syllable word that generates optimism in some people, but consternation and resistance in others. The response, of course, depends on the situation and the individual’s personal outlook. But when embraced, we often find that change is in fact good.

Using the IDEA Approach to Initiate Change

The first sentence in my LinkedIn profile starts off with IDEA. Not an idea, as in a thought or a suggestion, rather IDEA, the acronym, which stands for Improve by Developing Efficient Alternatives.

5 ways to Keep Yourself Safe while Banking Online

There’s no disputing the convenience of digital banking. Wherever you are, with a solid and secure internet connection, you can knock your run-of-the-mill banking to-dos off your list in no time. It’s great!

In Full Flight

Over the weekend, while I was enjoying the sunshine and cool seasonal breezes we've been getting, relieved that the heavy rains had stopped – a petit careme that would bring some more relief to the flood victims across the islands – I looked up and noticed an impressive flock of birds.

Evaluating the latest Outturns from the Energy and Non-energy Sectors

According to the latest available information from the Central Statistical Office (CSO), the economy expanded by 1.9 percent in 2018, after contracting by 6.5 percent and 1.9 percent in 2016 and 2017, respectively.

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