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$126.7B in oil revenues to be spent this year

The Guyana Government is aiming to spend a significant $126.7B in oil revenues this year. "Pursuant to the provisions to the newly enhanced legal framework...

Govt to build new Brickdam Police Station, connect entire country on CCTV cameras with...

A remarkable $47.9B has been set aside towards ensuring the restoration and preservation of law and order in Guyana, Finance Minister Dr Ashni Singh...

$1.3B to support culture and arts in Guyana

The PPP/C administration is seeking to spend a significant $1.3B to support culture and arts in Guyana, including $100 million to establish a fund...

$3.5B for UG in Budget 2022

In Budget 2022, the University of Guyana is poised to benefit from $3.5 billion towards the operation of its campuses and expansion of its...

New schools, more training for teachers as $74.4B budgeted for education sector

A total of $74.4B has been budgeted for the country's education sector. These funds will be used, among other things, to reform the curriculum, expand...

$73.2B proposed to build world-class healthcare system in Guyana

A whopping $73.2B is proposed to build a modern and world-class healthcare system in Guyana, Finance Minister Dr Ashni Singh has announced. In addition to...

$21.1B for new Demerara River Bridge

A whopping $21.1B has been set aside to advance construction of the new, fixed four-lane high span Demerara River Bridge. Last year, Cabinet had granted...

$2.1B to widen East Bank highway from Grove to Timehri

Budget 2022 proposes the allocation of $2.1B for the widening and paving of the East Bank Highway from Grove to Timehri. This was announced by...

Construction of Amaila Falls Hydropower Project expected to begin this year

It is anticipated that the construction of the Amaila Falls Hydropower Project (AFHP) will begin this year, Finance Minister Dr Ashni Singh announced today. Cabinet...

$300M budgeted for Small Business Development Fund

A significant $300M has been budgeted for the replenishment of the Small Business Development Fund as government continues to recognise the importance small businesses...